In a recent article in The Independent, Patrick Cockburn made a number of wide and questionable assumptions
The takeover of the Bai Hassan and Kirkuk oil fields were the latest land grabs by Kurds
The move comes in protest at Maliki’s branding Arbil as Islamic militant haven
The Muthanna facility, south of the city of Samarra, was Iraq's primary site for the production of chemical weapons agents
The crackdown potentially signals a rift in the Sunni alliance that helped secure Islamic State fighters swift victory
The session was postponed due to the to lack of agreement on the post of speaker
The Iranian pilot is thought to be Tehran’s first such military casualty in Iraq’s fight
The move comes as part of Nouri al-Maliki's promised shakeup in the security forces following their near collapse in the face of a militant blitz
Maliki’s refusal to step down could complicate the struggle to form a new government
Osama al-Nujaifi said he would not nominate himself for another term
Social media users in Iraq and elsewere have widely shared a video showing a group of soldiers, allegedly loyal to Iraq’s Prime Minister Nouri ...
During the recent crisis, Maliki was not even persuaded against using his previous methods
In Iraq, one can hear all sorts of voices, from extreme views of reason to extreme fanaticism
American President Barack Obama is betting that over time, the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria will be eliminated
The newly-elected parliament in Iraq began its first session to form a new government after the April 30 elections
Assad’s envisioned aim behind the sudden attack on the claimed Islamist insurgents’ targets was a message to the U.S.
Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, whose mandate in office has ended, managed to win U.S. support during his visit to the White House in November 2013.
Officials say 'five second-hand Sukhoi attack aircraft would enter service within a few days, and that more were on their way'
The Kurds have a de facto state in Iraq, of course, but they are a long way off to persuade their natural neighbors to accept their presence.
Today, in northern Iraq there is an economically-strong, politically-stable and a well-defended Kurdish entity, with a population of five million
As an observer, it seems clear to me that there is a desire among international powers, specifically in the West, to view Iraq under its current ...
Similar to what happened in Syria, what is now happening in Iraq is a genuine revolution
Armed insurgents are reportedly advancing towards the Iraqi capital after seizing a nearby town
Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani called on political blocs to agree on the next prime minister
Assad joins U.S. and Iraqi’ military campaign against ISIS
Iraqi forces launched an airborne assault in the northern city of Tikrit on Thursday
Iraq’s neighbors should seek ways to prevent groups like ISIS to determine the fate of the region
A number of videos have resurfaced on YouTube showing Iraqi soldiers loyal to Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki dancing and singing on separate ...
ISIS is knowledgeable about history, and it dreams of a caliphate state as it eyes the Levant
U.S. Secretary of State landed in Baghdad to press Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to form a more inclusive government
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