Articles

Top Iraq Kurdish Party Wins Local Legislature Vote

BAGHDAD (AP) — The leading party in Iraq's northern self-ruled Kurdish region advanced its position in the local legislature on Wednesday, winning the largest...

Opening Day for Enormous New US Embassy in Iraq

With red-carpet flourish and speeches by top U.S. and Iraqi officials, the United States celebrated the next step in the U.S.-Iraq diplomatic relationship with...

The Problem with Confronting Iran

As if the Bush Administration didn't have a sufficiently tough challenge in securing Iraq in the face of insurgency and sectarian conflict, it has now added...

If At First You Don't Succeed...

It's hard to have an afternoon's uninterrupted fun when you are the National Security Adviser. On Nov. 9, Condoleezza Rice, a passionate football fan, was at...

In Saddam's Sights

The happiest consequence of a war with Iraq would be the liberation of its people from Saddam's tyranny. But millions of Iraqis have already been liberated from...

Iraq Invasion Poses Kurdish Dilemma

Bush administration officials have said that if disarming Iraq requires a war, its happiest consequence would be the liberation of the Iraqi people from Saddam's...

Sorting The Bad From The Not So Bad

From his prison cell, Hilal Aboud al-Bayati used to dream of U.S. troops overthrowing Saddam Hussein's regime. A member of Iraq's Academy of Sciences and father...

Refugees: A Kiss Before Dying?

Who would ever have imagined that kiss? There on Iraqi TV was Kurdish leader Jalal Talabani, whose people have been betrayed, gassed, shot and forced into exile...

See more Time.com Articles