Arguments about the wisdom of America's invasion of Iraq will not be resolved until the outcome becomes clearer, which may not be for some time....

  To the Editor: Anyone buying into Gabriel Schoenfeld’s overreaching analogy between the state of American armed forces at the end of World War II and the...

Whatever the results of the elections scheduled for late January in Iraq, a new pessimism about that country, as well as about the larger war...

A “catastrophic success” is what the New York Times has called it. The American military conquered Baghdad within an astonishing 21 days, defeating the largest...

  To the Editor: Victor Davis Hanson has overlooked the central element of America’s continuing troubles in Iraq: the fact that the Iraqis have not surrendered [“Do...

For years, the United Nations Oil-for-Food program was just one more blip on the multilateral landscape: a relief program for Iraq, a way to feed...

On November 21, 2003, some minor rocket attacks on the Iraqi oil ministry and on two hotels in Baghdad elicited an exceptional amount of attention...

Reading Lolita in Tehran: A Memoir in Books by Azar Nafisi Random House. 368 pp. $23.95 This is a very timely book. Azar Nafisi, now teaching at Johns...

To the Editor: I commend Robert J. Lieber for grappling with the difficult issue of containment [“The Folly of Containment,” April]. It was the crux of...

No matter what finally happens in our confrontation with Iraq, the use of force against Saddam Hussein is a subject that is bound to be...

In 1991, fears about the disintegration of Iraq were a prime impulse behind the decision to bring the first Gulf war to an end before...

To the Editor: Although Norman Podhoretz makes a compelling case for what he calls the Bush Doctrine [“In Praise of the Bush Doctrine,” September 2002], there...