Iraq War

High quality essays written by experts on the Iraq War are presented. Essays discuss the history of the Iraq War, the debate over how long to keep troops in Iraq, and the pros and cons of war. Major events and turning points in the war are discussed, and keywords and definitions are also provided.

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IRAQ IS NO VIETNAM. BUT VIETNAM HOLDS LESSONS FOR IRAQ.

National Journal

Compares the Vietnam war in the 1960s and the twentieth-century U.S.-Iraq war from a military point of view. Lessons of the Vietnam war for Iraq;... READ MORE »

Making Sense of the War in Iraq.

Public Management (00333611)

Relates the story of the author in a war in Iraq. Difficulties experienced in Karbala; Commendation for the bravery of the author; Views on Iraq... READ MORE »

Re-Liberators.

National Review

The author explains why he believes the surge of military troops in Iraq has helped to stabilize the country. The author reports about his experience... READ MORE »

DERELICT OF DUTY: THE AMERICAN NEWS MEDIA, TERRORISM, AND THE WAR IN IRAQ.

Marquette Law Review

The article focuses on the role of new media during conflicts in democratic countries. It highlights several normative ideals for media. It discusses... READ MORE »

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