Jeremy Hinzman fled north rather than be deployed in a war he regards as a "criminal enterprise."
When is a priority not a priority? When it's after the election.
A growing detainee population, but still no control--two years after the US invasion, the war continues.
It started off as a joke and has now become vaguely serious: the idea that Bono might be named president of the World Bank.
Antiwar activists cultivate military allies.
One of the most difficult things to judge in the world today is the extent of American power.
Despite talk of civil war, Sunnis and Shiites seem more united than divided.
"The Iraqi people gave America the biggest 'thank you' in the best way we could have hoped for." Reading this election analysis from Betsy Hart, a columnist for the Scripps Howard News Service, I
Introspection is not the purpose of this occasional column, but a moment of it seems appropriate in the wake of the election recently held in Iraq.
Conservatives' persistent complaints about the United Nations' alleged lack of transparency are belied by the Interim Report of Paul Volcker's Independent Inquiry Committee into the Oil for Food