Two years on from the assassination of Qasem Soleimani and Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis, Iraq continues to pay the price for Donald Trump’s decision.
President Salih has the best chance of retaining his position, but not without encountering many challenges.
The US has a responsibility to right its many wrongs, starting with the Middle East.
In this edition of The Interview, political analyst Anas Altikriti shares his insights into the events in Afghanistan and the war in Iraq.
In a religiously diverse country like Iraq, people of different faiths and sects should coexist and be considered in the decision-making process.
The relentless US war machine inadvertently created a ripple effect the implications of which have been felt far beyond the Middle East.
Aiming to limit US influence, Iran has been gradually reshaping Iraq's internal and security policy since 2003.
Iraqis have the same right to decide their own future as the people of Afghanistan.
Baghdad will have to confront formidable security challenges inside Iraq on its own.
The US has left some military bases in Iraq. What does that mean for its confrontation with Iran?
The Americans are everywhere, remarkably well-funded and well-armed and ready to face off against the aggressors and provocateurs of this planet.