2003 invasion of Iraq
Former U.N. Ambassador John Bolton was a loud cheerleader for the 2003 invasion.
Fewer than a quarter think history will judge the Iraq War as even a partial success.
There's no proof the official code name for the war was ever "OIL."
The president, whose flip-flopping position on the Iraq War is well-documented, sarcastically referred to Bush as a "real genius."
The outcome of the referendum is certain, but what happens next is dangerously unknown.
Politicians the world over claim to support human rights in the conduct of foreign policy. They do so to project “humanitarianism
It's likely any military actions against the countries would turn out like other recent U.S. invasions.
The timing of the ISIS advance to Mosul could not have been worse.
By John J. Martin Americans now have a greater ability to access information than at any other time in history. Never before
While Americans have been focused on the ACA and Trump's ties to Russia, Trump has been busy expanding the American troop presence inside Syria.