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Beyond ISIS

The ongoing violence across the Middle East and the threat posed by the religious ideology represented by Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) should come […]

Iraq, Iraq War, Military, The WIP Talk

The Iraq War’s Tragic Legacy

The return of U.S. forces from Iraq in what is euphemistically called the end of the Iraq war is anything but the end of the conflict. […]

Iraq War, The WIP Talk

Two Purple Hearts and Five Surgeries Later, An Injured Iraq War Vet’s Family Faces Another Battle at Home

by Rose-Anne Clermont – Germany – When Pam’s fiancé, Charles, was deployed on his second tour to Iraq in December of 2004, he feared what awaited […]

Feature Articles, Iraq War, Politics & Democracy, United States

According to Harold Bloom, “What we are seeing is…the fall of America”

by Eva Sohlman – Sweden – Harold Bloom, Yale literature professor and cultural critic, is one of America’s most prominent and provocative intellectuals. Unabashedly, he has […]

Feature Articles, George Bush, Interviews, Iraq War, Media, Politics & Democracy, Teaching & Learning, The World, United States

The US Elections: This Time It’s the Issues, Not Just Images

by María Suárez Toro – Costa Rica/Puerto Rico – Although the image of the various candidates has been a central target in almost all electoral processes […]

Barack Obama, Elections, Feature Articles, Foreign Policy, Hillary Clinton, Iraq War, Politics & Democracy, United States