When I requested that the State Department give me the post of Senior Rule of Law Advisor for Maysan Province during the reconstruction of Iraq, a wag ...
Spokesman for the Arab Coalition forces in Yemen, Colonel Turki al-Maliki, has said that six ballistic missiles were launched from Houthi areas into ...
Since the fall of Saddam Hussein, death squads have taken root in Iraq’s political core, and with the strengthening of Shiite militias by the ...
Former Iraqi prime minister Nouri al-Maliki’s recent visit to Russia, which his office said was a protocol engagement, sparked controversy in ...
Since the invasion of Iraq by Coalition troops to bring down Saddam Hussein, the Iranians have been infiltrating Iraq’s political system, its ...
Angry protesters on Sunday have stormed a meeting held by Iraq’s former Prime Minister Nouri Al-Maliki in the country’s most southern city ...
Fall of Mosul proved that Maliki created a tool to serve his own interests until he emptied the state of moral content: Abdulrahman al-Rashed
The received wisdom in the West is that the United States is the main culprit for why Iraq today is a failed state
The U.S. embassy has foiled two attempts to assassinate Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, a high-level Iraqi official said
The senior cabinet official was a close aide to Iraqi PM Haider al-Abadi’s predecessor and rival Nouri al-Maliki
Those recruits offer an insight to ISIS’ geographic and ideological strengths, with Tunisia as a major breeding ground for them
Iraq has long found its political class facing the anger of citizens
Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi is grappling with an insurgency by militants from ISIS
The nuclear deal that President Barack Obama insists on concluding with Iran has had negative repercussions within the United States but positive ones ...
Maliki himself pursued policies that marginalized and angered members of Iraq’s Sunni Arab minority
Prime Minister Abadi removes 26 officers from the posts and appoints 18 others
The United States ‘intends to focus its training and advisory effort on selected Iraqi forces,’ Ben Barry writes
In the end, only the Arabs (and Muslims) can defeat ISIS and what it stands for
While Iraqi Prime Minister Abadi formed a government much quicker than after the 2006 and 2010 elections, he is still facing a myriad of challenges
Political observers say this is due to the disfranchisement of the Sunni population by outgoing Shiite Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki
Had the international community forced Assad to abdicate like it did with Maliki, it would have spared Syria political collapse
Ministers who withdrew following Maliki's accusations in June of harboring terrorists, have rejoined the Iraqi government
Fuad Masum said that he was ‘certain there was no violation of the constitution’ in Abadi’s appointment
In a televised address, Iraq’s outgoing PM Nouri al-Maliki endorsed his successor Haider al-Abadi and was resigning to preserve unity
As he leaves office, Maliki will be remembered for dominating Iraqi politics with a steely demeanor
Tribal leaders who revolted against outgoing PM Maliki’s government would be willing to join the new administration if certain conditions are met
The long-standing Iraqi PM's future seems number as Iraq's new president appoints a successor
Sistani said leaders should show flexibility so that political deadlocks could be broken and Iraq could confront an insurgency
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