Iraq after 2003 occupation
Breaking Iraq: The Ten Mistakes That Broke Iraq
A Long Short War: The Postponed Liberation of Iraq is a collection of twenty two articles written by Christopher Hitchens for the online magazine Slate. The articles support the impending American led invasion of Iraq and were written between November 7, 2002 and April 18, 2003. In the preface, Hitchens is typically unapologetic about his pro-invasion stance (a stance which solidified the author's break with the anti-war leadership of modern American left), stating: "I began from the viewpoint of one who took the side of the Iraqi and Kurdish opposition to Saddam Hussein, who hoped for their victory, and who had come to believe that the chiefest and gravest mistake of Western and especially American statecraft had been to reconfirm Saddam Hussein in power in 1991" (Hitchens, v).
Christopher Hitchens: Heated Iraq War Debate (2005)
Published ;Oct 21, 2013< A Long Short War: The Postponed Liberation of Iraq is a collection of twenty two articles written by Christopher Hitchens for the online magazine Slate. The articles support the impending American led invasion of Iraq and were written between November 7, 2002 and April 18, 2003. In the preface
رجل مخابرات عراقي سابق يكشف اسرار الغزو الامريكي
A Look Back at a Decade of Conflict in Iraq
Published ;Apr 9, 2013
Published on Apr 9, 2013 From the crumpled remains of deposed leader Saddam Hussein's statue, to ink-stained fingertips of happy Iraqis signifying a first free election, to the rise of an insurgency against coalition troops that introduced the scourge of improvised explosive devices. The timeline since the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq tells a tale of events that enveloped both countries and still does to this day.
Inside Story : Iraq: Ten years after the invasion
Published on Mar 20, 2013
Was the Iraq war a success? What has changed since Saddam Hussein? Are Iraq and the countries involved in the conflict still suffering the consequences of the US-led invasion?
Al Jazeera World : Roadtrip Iraq
TAREQ AZIZ - THE OTHER TRUTH
On the 10th ANNIVERSARY OF THE ANGLO-AMERICAN INVASION OF IRAQ I publish on Vimeo the integral version of the film "TARQ AZIZ - THE OTHER TRUTH, Best Documentary Award 2011 at the "Silent River Film Festival" of Irvine/Los Angeles. Based on my latest information, Tareq Aziz is dying in prison while George W. Bush is enjoying life in his ranch in Texas.
The Iraq War [Full BBC Documentary]
Published on Jul 27, 2013
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The War in Iraq: Bush's Democracy and the Real Thing : Princeton ...
Study Claims Iraq's 'Excess' Death Toll Has Reached 655,000
Washington post Oct 11, 2006 –
A team of American and Iraqi epidemiologists estimates that 655,000 more people have died in Iraq since coalition forces arrived in March 2003 than would have died if the invasion had not occurred.