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Writings by Topic: Iraq

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Articles

Title Author Publication Date
Chemical Weapons Revelations in the Middle East Shoshana Bryen American Thinker October 17, 2014
Yemen, Iraq, Syria and Kobani Shoshana Bryen American Thinker October 13, 2014
Every War Must End Shoshana Bryen American Thinker September 29, 2014
We Already Built an Iraqi Army Once, Now What? Shoshana Bryen American Thinker September 12, 2014
Memorable visit to the Yazidis shows promise of a modern Middle Eastern society Gabriel Scheinmann The Washington Post August 18, 2014
The Minority Strategy: A New Path for American Interests in the Middle East Gabriel Scheinmann The Tower July 8, 2014
Guarding American Interests in the Sunni-Shiite War Shoshana Bryen Gatestone June 20, 2014
ISIS Rampages, the Middle East Shakes Daniel Pipes National Review June 12, 2014
Book Review: War Front to Store Front Shoshana Bryen inFocus Quarterly: Spring 2014 April 10, 2014
The Way They See It (1 comment) Shoshana Bryen Gatestone Institute January 7, 2014
While we Wait Shoshana Bryen American Thinker September 11, 2013
The Fourth Great War Shoshana Bryen Gatestone Institute May 6, 2013
The President's Wars and Women in Combat Shoshana Bryen American Thinker January 30, 2013
"Carnage in Schedule Two" Shoshana Bryen American Thinker December 31, 2012
What to do With Sanctions Shoshana Bryen American Thinker October 23, 2012
Changing the Battlefield Shoshana Bryen The Gatestone Institute October 17, 2012
Lessons from Iraq for the Current Upheaval Bill Ardolino inFocus Quarterly Fall 2012
Don't Overestimate Iran's Influence in Iraq Aymenn Jawad Al-Tamimi inFocus Quarterly Summer 2012
Lessons from the Fall of Saigon Shoshana Bryen American Thinker April 30, 2012
Syria - World Almanac of Islamism Matthew RJ Brodsky The American Foreign Policy Council's World Almanac of Islamism June 21, 2011
Syria and the Obama Administration Matthew RJ Brodsky National Security Policy Proceedings Vol 2 - Center for Security Policy Summer 2010
Middle East Scorecard inFocus Quarterly Spring 2010
The Global Economic Crisis & Iraq's Future (4 comments) Daveed Gartenstein-Ross and Joshua D. Goodman inFocus Quarterly Summer 2009
Syria's Role in the Iraq Insurgency (2 comments) Raymond Tanter and Stephen Kersting inFocus Quarterly Spring 2009
Don't Lose the War in Iraq Mona Charen inFocus Quarterly Fall 2008
Syrian-Iranian Ties Not Easily Shaken Michael Sharnoff Newsflavor.com August 25, 2008
Pessimistic Predictions Jonathan Schanzer National Review Online January 16, 2008
American Foreign Policy in the Middle East (19 comments) Temple Emanu-El, San Francisco, CA December 9, 2007
The British Leave Basra - and Iraq Simon Henderson inFocus Quarterly Winter 2007
Spain's Former Prime Minister on the Future of Europe (1 comment) inFocus Quarterly Winter 2007

Blog Posts

Title Author Publication Date
Turkish Parliament Debates Military Authorization Michael Johnson inCONTEXT Blog October 2, 2014
House Approves Plan to Aid Syrian Rebels Michael Johnson inCONTEXT Blog September 18, 2014
Kerry Visits Baghdad, Meets New Iraqi PM Michael Johnson inCONTEXT Blog September 10, 2014
New Turmoil in Baghdad While IS Advances Michael Johnson inCONTEXT Blog August 11, 2014
IS Cleanses Mosul of Christians Yael Rein inCONTEXT Blog July 30, 2014
ISIS Hits Close to Saudi Arabia and Jordan Yael Rein inCONTEXT Blog July 8, 2014
Iraqi Parliament Fails to Elect New PM Yael Rein inCONTEXT Blog July 2, 2014
Kurdish Militias Push into Kirkuk Yael Rein inCONTEXT Blog June 12, 2014
ISIS Seizes Control of Mosul Yael Rein inCONTEXT Blog June 10, 2014
Militants Attack Army Base Near Mosul Alex Finkelstein inCONTEXT Blog May 13, 2014
Iraqi Election Commission Resigns Ahead of Polls Alex Finkelstein inCONTEXT Blog March 28, 2014
Al-Qaeda Leader Disowns ISIS Alex Finkelstein inCONTEXT Blog February 6, 2014
Multiple Car Bombings Hit Baghdad Alex Finkelstein inCONTEXT Blog January 15, 2014
Iraqi Army Prepares to Take Back Fallujah Michael Johnson inCONTEXT Blog January 8, 2014
Iraqi Kurdistan Pursues Oil Exports to Turkey Hannah Schaeffer inCONTEXT Blog November 14, 2013
Al-Qaeda Executes Rare Attack in Iraqi Kurdistan Hannah Schaeffer inCONTEXT Blog October 10, 2013
Kurdish-Arab Fighting in Syria Threatens to Expand War Shoshana Bryen inCONTEXT Blog August 19, 2013
UN Reports on Iraq's Deadliest Month in Years (1 comment) Skyler Schmanski inCONTEXT Blog August 6, 2013
Raid on Iraqi Prisons Frees Several Senior Al-Qaeda Members Beth Kanopsic inCONTEXT Blog July 24, 2013
Iraqi PM Meets with Kurdish Leaders Michael Johnson inCONTEXT Blog June 11, 2013
Sectarian Bloodshed on the Rise in Iraq Michael Johnson inCONTEXT Blog May 30, 2013
Anniversary Marked by Bombings in Iraq Amy Farina inCONTEXT Blog March 20, 2013
Syrian Soldiers Killed During Ambush in Iraq (1 comment) Amy Farina and Michael Johnson inCONTEXT Blog March 7, 2013
Iran Using Iraqi Airspace to Assist Asad Samara Greenberg inCONTEXT Blog September 6, 2012
End of an Era: U.S. Program to Train Iraqi Security Canceled Zachary Fisher inCONTEXT Blog July 30, 2012
Arab League Convenes in Baghdad Erin Dwyer inCONTEXT Blog March 28, 2012
Deadly Day in Iraq Samara Greenberg inCONTEXT Blog March 20, 2012
Iraq Under Pressure Samara Greenberg inCONTEXT Blog December 21, 2011
Iraq War Formally Over Erin Dwyer inCONTEXT Blog December 13, 2011
What Sanctions on Syria Say About Iraq Samara Greenberg inCONTEXT Blog November 30, 2011
U.S. Troops to Leave Iraq by Year's End Samara Greenberg inCONTEXT Blog October 24, 2011
Will the Middle East See More Regime Change? (1 comment) Samara Greenberg inCONTEXT Blog February 17, 2011
Saddam Inked Qur'an in Own Blood Samara Greenberg inCONTEXT Blog December 23, 2010
Iraq Ushers in 'A New Day' Samara Greenberg inCONTEXT Blog December 16, 2010
Iraq, Three Months Later Samara Greenberg inCONTEXT Blog December 7, 2010
Googling the Dead Sea Scrolls Samara Greenberg inCONTEXT Blog October 22, 2010
Is it Time to End U.S. Combat Operations in Iraq? (3 comments) Samara Greenberg inCONTEXT Blog August 19, 2010
The Other Side of "The Runaway General" Story (1 comment) Samara Greenberg inCONTEXT Blog June 24, 2010
Anniversary of the 'Farhud' Reut Cohen inCONTEXT Blog May 25, 2010
The IAEA Targets Israel Reut Cohen inCONTEXT Blog May 11, 2010
Qadhafi: Obama For President... Forever Howard Gumnitzky inCONTEXT Blog September 24, 2009
More on Al-Qaeda in Gaza Jonathan Schanzer inCONTEXT Blog August 11, 2009
Iraq Progress vs. Academic Intransigence Jonathan Schanzer inCONTEXT Blog January 17, 2008
How Strong is al-Qaeda? Jonathan Schanzer inCONTEXT Blog January 6, 2008
Is Iraq Nearly Rid of al-Qaeda? Jonathan Schanzer inCONTEXT Blog December 29, 2007
Has the Surge Stabilized Baghdad? Jonathan Schanzer inCONTEXT Blog December 1, 2007
U.S. and Iraqi Deaths Drop Drastically in Iraq (1 comment) Jonathan Schanzer inCONTEXT Blog October 2, 2007
A Surge of Good News on Iraq Robert Doherty inCONTEXT Blog August 2, 2007
JPC Distinguished Fellows on Iraq Refugees, Russia Robert Doherty inCONTEXT Blog July 24, 2007
Challenging the Validity of a TNR Article on Iraq Howard Slugh inCONTEXT Blog July 20, 2007
The "Al-Ameriki Tribe" in Baqubah Jonathan Schanzer inCONTEXT Blog July 6, 2007
Is the Surge in Iraq Working? Jonathan Schanzer inCONTEXT Blog July 2, 2007

Reviews

Book Title Author Publication Date
War Front to Store Front: Americans rebuilding trust and hope in nations under fire
by Paul Brinkley
Spring 2014
Shackled Warrior: Israel and the Global Jihad
by Caroline Glick
Jonathan Schanzer Jerusalem Post June 26, 2008

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