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Nir Rosen, a freelance journalist, is author of Aftermath: Following the Bloodshed of America's Wars in the Muslim World.
The massive investment and destabilization are not worth the small threat al Qaeda poses.
On one of those early days of the war, Mu’min and his father drove to the airport to take food to his uncle, a soldier in the Republican Guard. They found him shot to death.
Counterinsurgency doesn’t make sense. It asks soldiers, concerned primarily with survival, to be Wyatt Earp and Mother Theresa.
What changed in Iraq.
The Iraq War Spreads.
Little relief in sight for millions of displaced Iraqis.
Iraq's descent into chaos.
The roots of sectarian violence.
Iraq’s newest torturers have learned from the U.S.
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