PowerPoint Presentation by Kimberly Kagan as part of the report, Iranian Influence in the Levant, Iraq, and Afghanistan at the American Enterprise Institute.
Senior Sunni and Shi'ite clerics condemn terrorism, sectarianism
The Iraq debate in 2007 focused on whether the new strategy and troop increase could stem violence in Iraq. It did.
On Saturday January 12, 2008, the Iraqi Parliament passed a law that reverses the 2003 de-Baathification order. Read more about the specifics of the bill and the controversy surrounding the issue.
COL Daniel Ball, Commander, Combat Aviation Brigade, 3rd Infantry Division, Baghdad, Iraq, discusses the functions of a combat aviation brigade, the nature of enemy elements in his battle space and the progression of security operations in his area over the past six months.
Maps of the Changing Levels of Ethno-Sectarian Violence in Baghdad
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.
According to a new story from The Washington Post, the commander of the notorious Wolf Brigade in Baghdad was fired in October 2007.
Over the last year, Saydiyah has become one of the principal battlegrounds for the territorial war between Shi'a militias and al-Qaeda in Iraq (AQI) in Baghdad.