This backgrounder details al-Qaeda in Iraq’s shift to suicide bombings and the operations to dismantle the Diyala suicide bombing network.
Commentary discussing the United States Department of the Treasury designating AQI's facilitation leader in Syria.
The Institute for the Study of War has created this situation report to document the developments in Iraq from January 2007 to December 2007.
The Iraq debate in 2007 focused on whether the new strategy and troop increase could stem violence in Iraq. It did.
Division-level offensive launched on January 9, 2008 focused on al-Qaeda in Iraq in northern Iraq.
The operations against Al-Qaeda in Iraq near Muqdadiyah in Diyala Province in December provided U.S. forces with the intelligence they needed to begin the new Iron Harvest offensive in January 2008.
The Defense Department's quarterly report on stability and security in Iraq.
In the last six months, violence in Iraq has declined to some of the lowest levels since the conflict began. This document contains MNF-I and MNC-I statistics that chart this reduction in violence.
A division-level operation targeting al-Qaeda in Iraq in the Tigris River Valley and Za'ab Triangle southwest of Kirkuk as part of Operation Phantom Strike.
A division-level offensive that targeted al Qaeda throughout Salah ad Din, Diyala, Ninewah, and Tamim provinces during Operation Phantom Strike.