A decade after the US-led invasion of Iraq, many wonder whether a conflict that took more than 150,000 Iraqi and 4,400 American lives, wounded or displaced hundreds of thousands more, and cost over $2 trillion was worth the effort. Can the US repair its damaged reputation in the region, and will Iraqis be able to curb internal violence and establish a stable political order?
Ten Years in Iraq
- Iraqi Hope Dies Last
- Asia and a Post-American Middle East
- The Disenchantment of Iraq
- The Middle East’s Lost Decade
- From War of Choice to War Without End
- The Iraq War Ten Years Later