Indifference to the fate of Middle East Christians has ancient roots
Lars Brownworth | 18 April 2013 |
tags: Christianity, Egypt, Iraq, Middle East, Syria
The Western media is using an centuries-old playbook in its treatment of Iraqi, Syrian and Egyptian Christians.
The empathy gap
John Tirman | 02 April 2013 |
tags: Afghanistan, drones, Iraq
Where is the sympathy for the civilian victims of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan?
Iraq, a war foretold
Paul Rogers | 27 March 2013 |
tags: foreign policy, Iraq
Even as the ground war in Iraq opened on 20 March 2003, there were clear indications of the carnage to come.
A Srebrenica in the making?
David Alton | 05 December 2011 |
tags: human rights, Iran, Iraq
The American withdrawal from Iraq has left some Iranian refugees at risk of being slaughtered.
Uncertain future in both Libya and Iraq
George Friedman | 26 October 2011 |
tags: Iran, Iraq, Libya, Middle East
Celebrations over the demise of Gadhafi are ignoring the obvious question of what comes next.
Ronan Wright | 04 April 2011 |
A powerful but gloomy film from Ken Loach about a private security contractor in Iraq who rejects the official explanation of a friend's death.
Michael Cook | 09 September 2010 |
As Operation Iraqi Freedom morphs into Operation New Dawn, we cannot forget that at least 100,000 Iraqi civilians have died violent deaths.
Iran’s headlock on the US over Iraq
George Friedman | 17 August 2010 |
The war in Iraq is far from over and Iran is sitting pretty.