For Iraqi Americans, the remembrance of two betrayals overlap
by Shahd Bani-Odeh
For many Iraqis, the American invasion that didn't actually happen is the one that really stings decades later.
Mar 17, 2016
Cautiously, Iraqis and Syrians welcome expanded US fight against ISIS
by Alisa Reznick
What are people in the Middle East saying about Obama's ISIS speech?
Sep 11, 2014
Washington Ensemble Theatre rattles the cage with “Baghdad Zoo”
by Forrest Baum
A new production of Rajiv Joseph’s acclaimed play about post-invasion Iraq sheds light on America’s changing attitudes toward military intervention abroad.
Sep 19, 2013
Bradley Manning’s defiant statement against the War on Terror
by Alex Stonehill
“Sometimes you have to pay a heavy price to live in a free society.”
Aug 21, 2013
From Iraq to Sea-Tac, refugee adjusts to new life in the Northwest
by Sarah Stuteville
Iraqi refugee Muthanna Al Nidawi has gone from protecting his family from assassins in Baghdad, to protecting fragile glass art at in Seattle.
Apr 12, 2013