The Endgame: The Inside Story of the Struggle for Iraq,from George W. Bush to Barack ObamaBy Michael R. Gordon and Bernard E. TrainorPantheon, 800 pages It is difficult...

To the Editor: Abe Greenwald offers a nice abbreviated history of the Iraq war [“What We Got Right in the War on Terror,” September] but fails...

Erbil, Iraq. In the lobby of a certain hotel in the Kurdish city of Erbil, you find the familiar row of wall clocks indicating current...

At times during The Hurt Locker, a remarkable new movie about the war in Iraq, I began to wonder: Who wrote this, Thucydides or Xenophon? Actually,...

The Never-Ending Story Hide and Seek: The Search for Truth in Iraq By Charles Duelfer Public Affairs, 560 pages, $29.95 On May 29, 2003, less than three months after...

To the Editor: Peter Wehner surveys the reactions of liberal pundits to the “surge” in Iraq, and finds them to have been both too pessimistic...

To the Editor: Arthur Herman’s apology for the Iraq project ignores the real problem, which was not so much going to war as having no...

In the spring of 2005, I watched two U.S. Army units training Iraqi National Army soldiers at a base in Baghdad. One Iraqi brigade...

Moment of Truth in Iraq: How a New “Greatest Generation” of American Soldiers is Turning Defeat and Disaster into Victory and Hope by...

According to an April 2008 poll in U.S. News & World Report, fully 61 percent of American historians agree that George W....

To the Editor: Peter D. Feaver is certainly correct that by the middle of 2005, a policy redirection was necessary for the United States in...

Americans have regularly changed their minds in the midst of their ongoing wars—and not just once, but often. War is a volatile enterprise....