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Tim Arango
I am the Baghdad Bureau Chief of The New York Times.
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Borzou Daragahi May 23
Thing is, haven't "tens of thousands of Iraqis" been trying to retake Fallujah from ISIS since January 2014?
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Mike Giglio May 23
on the politics behind Iraq's PM announcing a Fallujah offensive as protests rock Baghdad
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Annia Ciezadlo May 21
You can get Americans to do anything these days—even read about Iraq!—if you pretend it's about Donald Trump.
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Tim Arango May 21
Iraqi Protesters Clash With Troops in Baghdad’s Green Zone, via
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jimrutenberg May 18
THESE ARE THE STAKES, per : Yes, ISIS Is Losing in Iraq. No, It’s Not in Its Death Throes.
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Charles Lister May 18
As makes clear, don’t get carried away by “ is in grips of defeat” rhetoric. Danger still real.
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jomana karadsheh May 18
So very well put Yes, ISIS Is Losing in Iraq. No, It’s Not in Its Death Throes.
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Kareem Fahim May 18
Trauma wards on airplane seats, solar panels power wheelchairs. Resilient Yemen copes with war.
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Mike Wolgelenter May 17
On the defensive, but not defeated: on the latest wave of ISIS attacks in Baghdad.
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Thomas Erdbrink May 17
Insightful piece by on remorse. Advocating a War in Iraq, and Offering an Apology for What Came After
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Clarissa Ward May 17
As if the Iraqi people have not suffered enough. Where does it end?
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Safa Majeed May 17
Good piece by Advocating a War in , and Offering an Apology for What Came After
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Nour Malas May 16
When reality is so rough it's easier to write fiction. Nice read by
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Patrick Osgood May 15
You can't see 140 ppl a week killed in Baghdad & claim 'well, this is bc IS is losing.' They might not share the same definition of the term
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Hassan Hassan May 14
Advocating a War in Iraq, and Offering an Apology for What Came After timely and sobering read by
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James Ryan May 14
Of all the intellectuals and historians who supported the Iraq war, I've always found Makiya to be the most honest.
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Luay لؤي الخطيب May 14
Advocating a in , and Offering an Apology for What Came After.
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Brian Hurley May 13
Makiya's writing influenced me both in 1990 and again in 02-03; honest approach from an honest man.
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DavidKenner May 13
. profiles Kanan Makiya, who just wrote a novel as a way to apologize for the Iraq war.
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Tim Arango May 13
Advocating a War in Iraq, and Offering an Apology for What Came After, via
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