ISW Fellow and former Army officer, James Danly, gives a strategic assessment of Iraq on Capitol Hill.
This backgrounder provides an update on the political landscape in Iraq, the electoral process, and post-election government formation.
Dr. Kimberly Kagan and Dr. Fredrick Kagan, Wall Street Journal, February 17, 2010
This backgrounder provides an assessment of the shifting political environment in Iraq as elections draw near.
This paper describes the structure of the KRG’s political bodies and offices, the major parties, and the mechanics of the July 25th election.
In this four-part interview, ISW President Kimberly Kagan interviews COL Ryan Gonsalves about the activities of the 2nd BCT of the 1st Cav Division in Kirkuk.
The relationship between the provincial governments and the central government in Iraq is complex; the issues involved relate to the core insecurities of each of the major political factions in Iraq.
Operation Mother of Two Springs was a continuation of Lion’s Roar designed, according to Prime Minister Maliki, to “clear Mosul of the criminal terrorist gangs.”