This week, President Barack Obama made a surprise visit to Iraq as part of his overseas tour. Much has changed in Iraq since Obama's first visit there as a U.S. Senator in July 2008.
As the Obama Administration readies to release its report on Afghanistan, ISW has released several helpful resources on troop deployments.
ISW holds its first Senate event at the Dirksen Senate Office Building. The event, moderated by Kimberly Kagan, presents ISW Research Analyst Claire Russo's most recent Iraq Report.
Results from Iraq's provincial elections held last Saturday are still coming in. For the latest updates, be sure to visit the ISW Iraq Election Center.
This week, ISW has webcast a briefing by Research Manager Marisa Cochrane.
The Institute for the Study of War (ISW) will host a breakfast event to release its latest Iraq Report, The Fragmentation of the Sadrist Movement, by ISW Research Manager Marisa Cochrane.
Iraqi elections are fast approaching. The results of these elections will have an immense impact on political progress in the country.
The ISW staff knows that it’s hard to keep up with all the news. Instead of spending time surfing around dozens of news websites, let ISW do the work for you!
The UN mandate for Coalition forces in Iraq expires in two months. Against this deadline, the SOFA negotiations have become politically charged as major powers vie for dominance.
This week, several media outlets have reported that a draft security agreement, known as the SOFA, has been agreed upon by Iraq and the United States.