Three new books vividly portray the devastating impact of the invasion and occupation of Iraq.
Getting out of Iraq responsibly isn't the impossible feat war supporters would have you think.
The complex historical tensions between Sunnis and Shiites are not enough to explain the current crisis in the Middle East.
Anthony Shadid's Night Draws Near is a moving
account of life in Iraq before and after the US occupation. Liberal
hawk George Packer's The Assasins' Gate delves into the history
behind humanitarian intervention.