Kimberly Kagan and Fredrick Kagan write about turmoil of governemnt formation following the Iraqi elections and what the U.S. should do in response.
ISW Fellow and former Army officer, James Danly, gives a strategic assessment of Iraq on Capitol Hill.
ISW Fellow James Danly discusses the deaths of AQI leaders, al-Masri and al-Baghdadi, on MSNBC with Lawrence J. Korb from the Center for American Progress.
The Institute for the Study of War (ISW) hosted a joint event with the United States Institute for Peace (USIP), High Stakes: Iraq’s Elections and What They Mean for the Country’s Future.
ISW’s Research Manager, Marisa Cochrane Sullivan, is currently in Iraq but will return next week to share her thoughts from this fact finding mission at USIP.
The Surge: the Untold Story, ISW's unique documentary on the troop surge in Iraq, will compete at the GI Film Festival on May 16th in Washington, DC.
This two-page fact sheet calculates the seats allocated to the electoral coalitions running in this election.