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...

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...

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....

Over the past sixteen months, the United States has altered its trajectory in Iraq. We are no longer headed toward a catastrophic defeat...