The traditional object of the West’s romantic foreign-policy visions is now the graveyard of its idealism.
In a proposed aid overhaul, Nikki Haley embraces an “America first” foreign policy.
U.S.-made tanks that fell into militia hands have sparked a standoff with Baghdad over assistance.
With the Islamic State on the brink of military defeat, the State Department is poised to eliminate the office charged with coordinating the fight.
There’s a very familiar method to the administration’s apparent regional madness.
The $30 billion pledged toward reconstruction in Iraq was more than some expected, but still short of the total needed to rebuild the country.
With elections looming in May and the Islamic State on the run, the Popular Mobilization Forces are eyeing politics.
The vice president wants aid to go Christians and other minorities targeted by the Islamic State. But others fear it could increase sectarian strife.
Aid experts fear the Trump administration’s focus on Christians and other religious minorities could do more harm than good.
Despite its defeat on the battlefield, the Islamic State is using Iraq’s black market to stockpile millions of dollars to fuel its coming insurgency.
Kurdish officials once dreamed of forging their own state out of the ashes of the war against the Islamic State. Now they are fighting for their very survival.