Published in: North Africa, West Asia: FeatureThe deadly legacy of 20 years of US 'War on Terror' in Iraq
The occupation of Iraq drained the country’s resources and left a legacy of economic crisis, energy shortages,...
Published in: North Africa, West Asia: OpinionFrom invasion to failed state: Iraq’s democratic disillusionment
Western-style democracy has failed Iraq, bringing a dystopian economy, an ineffectual government and more pain for...
Published in: North Africa, West Asia: AnalysisKilled in the line of duty: the catastrophic deaths of 14,000 Iraqi officers
How and why are so many police officers being killed in Iraq?
Casualties of ‘war on terror’ in Iraq: life, security and liberty
Mapping the conflict and its casualties can change our understanding of this war and any war.
Iraq’s security 2003-2019: death and neoliberal destruction par excellence
Between 2003 and 2020 the only constants have been the following: communal violence, terrorism, poverty, weapons...
Will Chilcot mention the real reasons for the Iraq War and the hundreds of thousands who have died since March 2003?
As all sides are protecting their interests, who counts the lost lives alongside their own economic and political benefits?