A synchronized attack on ISIS militants by unknown persons in the city of Mosul suggests spreading unrest in the last large city held by ISIS in Iraq.
The Pentagon will not publicly release information about U.S. troops wounded by ISIS in Iraq and Syria, claiming such disclosures could help the enemy.
Fighting continues on the outskirts of Fallujah even as the Iraqi Army has captured the heart of the city, and heavy combat has erupted in the plains of Northern Iraq as the government gears up for an effort to seize back the city of Mosul from ISIS.
Donald Trump was criticized after implying that U.S. soldiers stole funds from the federal government intended for reconstruction efforts during the Iraq war.
Albanian officials expressed mounting fears that the Islamic State is emerging in the nation.
ERBIL—Military campaigns against the Islamic State took place around three major cities controlled by the terror group over the weekend: Fallujah 40 miles west of Baghdad, Mosul in Iraq’s northernmost province, and Raqqa in Syria, ISIS’s capital.
Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi announced late Sunday that the military has begun an assault on the Islamic State terrorist group to retake the city of Falluja.
The conduct of U.S. foreign policy and the debate it has triggered in this presidential election year form the backdrop for Michael Mandelbaum’s timely and provocative Mission Failure.
Unlike policymakers and practitioners who are immersed in the daily process of advancing America’s interests overseas—some more successfully than others—academics such as Mandelbaum, a Johns Hopkins University professor, have the luxury of observing the policy process without having to defend it.