Iraq

Jessica Corbett, staff writer
A 2019 coalition study found that U.S.-led forces in Iraq and Syria killed 1,302 people, but Amnesty International disputed that number as too low.
"The difficult work of credibly investigating the aftermath of operations is the responsibility of the governments who engage in lethal actions."
Jake Johnson, staff writer
"This moment is the last three decades of U.S. foreign policy in miniature:...
Jake Johnson, staff writer
"Al-Qaeda attacked the U.S. on 9/11 and we went to war with Iraq. If this...

Further

Amidst the saber-rattling on Iraq, a fine, furious, gut-wrenching rant from a former Naval intelligence officer who was there from the start on the mindless claim by a draft-dodging Mitt Romney and all the other "simpering capering madmen" and "cowardly connected wealthy weasels" that "tragically, all we've fought for...is on the cusp of vanishing." Tell us, rages Jim Wright, what "we" fought for, and what it would cost to, insanely, do it again.