A few outliers aside, Republicans have stumbling over themselves to critique Obama for the withdrawal from Iraq, despite that fact that this position polls very badly. Some thoughts: 1. As.
Why did anti-Iraq War protests never reach the crescendo of their anti-Vietnam predecessors? There's been some decent scholarly work on the determinants of public support for wars, but as a.
Interesting article on why the Iraqi Air Force didn't fight in 2003: Rather than being afraid to fight in 2003 as the Americans initially speculated, Iraq was simply following the.
It's kind of a minor point, but if a Democratic Senator made a similar error (especially in the context of arguing for military disengagement) I suspect that we'd hear no.
I gave up on the Lancet fight a long time ago; I can't remember now whether the flurry of allegations and counter-allegations about error and fraud raised sufficient question in.
There's obviously much of interest in the Wikileaks Iraq release; for the moment the Iran stuff holds the bulk of my attention: But the field reports disclosed by WikiLeaks, which.
Like I say, every country has its neocons: In his first interview since his capture after the fall of Baghdad, Saddam Hussein's former top deputy Tariq Aziz tells the Guardian.
I'm in the midst of Charles Tripp's excellent A History of Iraq, and I'm curious about the Russian interest in Persian Gulf stability during the war. The Soviets played footsie.