Iraque


07 | Setembro | 2007


 


- Encontro histórico no Iraque

- A escolha de Bush

- Grupo de Estudo do Iraque


Documentos:
2006
Text of President Bush's Speech on Iraq (14 de Março)
New York Times

2005
President Discusses War on Terror and Upcoming Iraqi Elections (12 de Dezembro)
White House

Text of the Draft Iraqi Constitution (29 de Agosto)
New York Times

Text From President Bush's Statement (29 de Agosto)
Los Angeles Times

Text of Proposed Iraq Constitution
International Herald Tribune

Constitution Of Iraq: Draft Bill Of Rights
Commentary and Translation by Nathan J. Brown, Carnegie Endownment for International Peace

Text of President Bush's Speech at Fort Bragg, N.C. (28 de Junho)
Washington Post

Declaração de Durão Barroso (1 de Fevereiro)
União Europeia

Declaração de Javier Solana (31 de Janeiro)
União Europeia

Declaração de Javier Solana (30 de Janeiro)
União Europeia

Declaração do PM português sobre as eleições no Iraque (30 de Janeiro)
Portal do Governo Português

Declaração de George W. Bush sobre as eleições no Iraque (30 de Janeiro)
US State Department

2004
Iraq Elections Begin Process to Democratic Government, Bush Says (Dezembro 2004)
US State Department

Declaração do Governo português sobre o Iraque (Novembro 2004)
Presidência do Conselho de Ministros

U.S. Increases Spending in Iraq for Security, Election Preparations (Setembro 2004)
US State Department

Report on Iraq Election (Fevereiro de 2004)
ONU

Secretary-General's opening statement to the International Conference on Iraq
ONU

Remarks at the Opening Session of the International Conference on Iraq
Secretary Condoleezza Rice, US State Department



Artigos:
2007
On the Hunt in Samarra (7 de Setembro)
Jeff Emanuel, Weekly Standard

The Partitioning of Iraq (7 de Setembro)
Charles Krauthammer, Washington Post

Petraeus, Seeing Gains in Iraq as Fragile, Is Wary of Cuts (7 de Setembro)
David E. Sanger and David S. Cloud, Der Spiegel

Iraq's Persian puzzle (7 de Setembro)
Editorial, CS Monitor

World wants Iraq occupation to end (7 de Setembro)
Hasan Suroor, The Hindu

Petraeus Open to Pullout of 1 Brigade (7 de Setembro)
Robin Wright and Jonathan Weisman, Washington Post

A New Report on Iraq Lends Ammunition to Both Parties (7 de Setembro)
David M. Herszenhorn, New York Times

Waiting for the general (and a miracle) (6 de Setembro)
The Economist

Moment Of Truth in Iraq (6 de Setembro)
Michael Duffy, Time

Independent Commission on the Security Forces of Iraq (6 de Setembro)
AAVV, CSIS

Baghdad spin, Tehran war (6 de Setembro)
Paul Rogers, Open Democracy

How Not to Get Out of Iraq (Setembro)
Max Boot, Commentary Magazine

Iraq's government has failed, but America's isn't doing so well either (6 de Setembro)
Timothy Garton Ash, The Guardian

How I Didn’t Dismantle Iraq’s Army (6 de Setembro)
L. Paul Bremer III, New York Times

The case for pragmatic idealism (6 de Setembro)
James A Baker, Asia Times

How To Change Iraq (6 de Setembro)
Madeleine K. Albright, Washington Post

Progress in the Iraqi Security Forces (6 de Setembro)
Frederick W. Kagan, Weekly Standard

Britain and U.S. on a collision course (6 de Setembro)
Hasan Suroor, The Hindu

Petraeus plantea reducir tropas desde marzo y Bush le corrige (6 de Setembro)
P. Rodríguez, ABC

Iraq progress report: views at war (6 de Setembro)
Peter Grier, The Christian Science Monitor

After Talks With Bush, Maliki Visits Top Shiite Cleric to Discuss Plans (6 de Setembro)
Sabrina Tavernise, New York Times

Democrats Newly Willing to Compromise on Iraq (6 de Setembro)
Carl Hulse, New York Times

Democrats already dismissing Iraq war report (6 de Setembro)
S.A. Miller, Washington Times

Iraqi Army Unable To Take Over Within A Year, Report Says (6 de Setembro)
Karen DeYoung, Washington Post

Irak : l’armée américaine espère amorcer son retrait début 2008 (5 de Setembro)
M.S., Le Figaro

Leigh Sales speaks to US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice (5 de Setembro)
Entrevista com Condoleezza Rice, ABC

Sustaining the Surge (5 de Setembro)
Thomas Donnelly and Gary Schmitt, Weekly Standard

Reconciling Iraq (5 de Setembro)
Harlan Ullman, Washington Times

Another Iraq Photo Op (5 de Setembro)
Editorial, New York Times

MoveOn vs. Democrats (5 de Setembro)
Editorial, WS Opinion Journal

Bush optimistic in Iraq (5 de Setembro)
Joseph Curl and Jon Ward, Washington Times

Bush Shifts Terms for Measuring Progress in Iraq (5 de Setembro)
David E. Sanger, New York Times

Democrats Aim to Reframe Iraq Debate (5 de Setembro)
David M. Herszenhorn, New York Times

Bush's Iraq journey preludes to policy change? (5 de Setembro)
People’s Daily

Bush hints at troop cut in Iraq (5 de Setembro)
The Hindu

Bush Shifts Terms for Measuring Progress in Iraq (5 de Setembro)
David E. Sanger, Der Spiegel

U.S. Report Says Iraqis Haven't Met Most Benchmarks (5 de Setembro)
Heather Maher, Radio Free Europe

Irak: l’armée américaine espère amorcer son retrait début 2008 (5 de Setembro)
M.S., Le Figaro

Australian Leader Endorses Iraq Policy (5 de Setembro)
Michael A. Fletcher, Washington Post

The Preparedness of Iraqi Security Forces (4 de Setembro)
Greg Bruno, Council on Foreign Policy

Sarkozy, Kouchner et l'Irak (4 de Setembro)
Daniel Vernet, Le Monde

Better late than never: Iraq's prime minister finds a better way to rule (4 de Setembro)
Editorial, Daily Star

The State of Iraq: An Update (4 de Setembro)
Jason Campbell, Michael O'hanlan and Amy Unikewicz, New York Times

Iraq Inspection (4 de Setembro)
Ralpf Peters, New York Post

Basra crisis is Iran's opportunity (4 de Setembro)
Kaveh L Afrasiabi, Asia Times

Good Morning, Vietnam! (4 de Setembro)
Eugene Robinson, Washington Post

A forced choice (4 de Setembro)
People's Daily

Operation Hope (4 de Setembro)
Leader, Times

War of Words as British Quit Basra (4 de Setembro)
Der Spiegel

Bush, in Iraq, Says Troop Reduction Is Possible (4 de Setembro)
David S. Cloud and Steven Lee Myers, New York Times

In Iraq, Bush Cites Gains (4 de Setembro)
Michael A. Fletcher and Ann Scott Tyson, Washington Post

Weighing the 'Surge' (4 de Setembro)
Sudarsan Raghavan, Washington Post

Bush évoque une réduction des troupes en Irak (4 de Setembro)
M.S. et C.J, Le Figaro

Bush says U.S. troop cuts possible (4 de Setembro)
People’s Daily

Kill the Die-in (4 de Setembro)
William Kristol, Weekly Standard

Iraqi benchmarks come and go (4 de Setembro)
Daniel Luban, Asia Times

Bush hints at ‘fewer’ troops in Iraq (4 de Setembro)
Demetri Sevastopul, Financial Times

Bush afirma en Irak que si el 'éxito' continúa será posible reducir las tropas (4 de Setembro)
El Mundo

Iraq court upholds "Chemical Ali" death sentence (4 de Setembro)
Washington Post

'Brutal Attacks Will Continue' (3 de Setembro)
Entrevista com Adil Abdul-Mahdi, Der Spiegel

What the Constitution says about Iraq (3 de Setembro)
Mario M. Cuomo, LA Times

Bush Makes Surprise Iraq Visit To Push Case For ‘Surge’ (3 de Setembro)
Radio Free Europe

Al Qaeda In Iraq (3 de Setembro)
Frederick W. Kagan, Weekly Standard

Iraq still looks much like a failed state (3 de Setembro)
Peter Beaumont, The Hindu

British troops pull out of Basra base (3 de Setembro)
Alex Barker, Financial Times

Gordon Brown afirma que el repliegue de las tropas británicas en Irak no es una derrota (3 de Setembro)
El Mundo

Basra withdrawal not a defeat, says Brown (3 de Setembro)
David Batty, The Guardian

Thinking Beyond Maliki (31 de Agosto)
Charles Krauthammer, Washington Post

Succeeding by withdrawing (31 de Agosto)
Rosa Brooks, LA Times

More Realism, Less Spin (31 de Agosto)
Editorial, New York Times

Un rapport américain souligne la faiblesse des progrès réalisés en Irak (31 de Agosto)
Le Monde

In democracy's name, the US has helped cede Iraq to Iran (30 de Agosto)
David Ignatius, Daily Star

Un dilema que no sólo es Bagdad (30 de Agosto)
Valentí Puig, ABC

Iran’s Proxy War against the United States and the Iraqis Government (30 de Agosto)
Kimberly Kagan, Weekly Standard

Sadr calls six-month ceasefire to prevent civil war (30 de Agosto)
Patrick Cockburn, The Independent

Sadr Suspends His Militia’s Military Operations (30 de Agosto)
Stephen Farrell, New York Times

The Washington Clock Runs Down (30 de Agosto)
Kyle Teamey, Washington Post

The List: The Iraq Turning Points That Weren’t (29 de Agosto)
Foreign Policy

Which Iraq War Do You Want To End? (28 de Agosto)
Christopher Hitchens, Slate

Which Past War Is Iraq? (28 de Agosto)
Simon Serfaty, Washington Post

Who's the Real Sectarian? (28 de Agosto)
Harold Meyerson, Washington Post

Bush Wants $50 Billion More for Iraq War (28 de Agosto)
Thomas E. Ricks, Washington Post

Beyond Basra (28 de Agosto)
Leader, Times

Army chief predicts a 'generation of conflict' (28 de Agosto)
Michael Evans, The Times

Brown: Troops still have important Iraq mission (28 de Agosto)
The Independent

Brown dismisses pressure to quit Iraq (28 de Agosto)
Michael White, The Guardian

Miliband leaves way open for Iraq troops reduction (28 de Agosto)
James Sturcke, The Guardian

Miliband: US will not dictate our pullout from Iraq (28 de Agosto)
David Byers, The Times

Maliki’s retort (28 de Agosto)
Editorial, Boston Globe

Bush: Fight against extremism is crucial (28 de Agosto)
Jennifer Loven, Boston Globe

Iraqi Prime Minister Assails Democratic Critics (27 de Agosto)
James Glanz, New York Times

US pressure forces move to reconciliation (27 de Agosto)
Ian Black and Ed Pilkington, The Guardian

The Iraq war is not like others, or is it? (26 de Agosto)
David D. Kirkpatrick, International Herald Tribune

Don't dump Maliki (26 de Agosto)
Editorial, Los Angeles Times

Lessons of Vietnam lost on Bush (26 de Agosto)
Michael Goodwin, NY Daily News

History Offers Lessons on Iraq (26 de Agosto)
George W. Bush, Real Clear Politics

Vietnam historians give Bush reason to stay in Iraq (26 de Agosto)
Sarah Baxter, The Times

Fearing a bloody exit (24 de Agosto)
Economist

Post-Iraq Strategy (24 de Agosto)
David Ignatius, Washington Post

Why America's Pullout From Vietnam Worked (23 de Agosto)
Michael Hirsh, Newsweek

Britain's retreat from Iraq (23 de Agosto)
Gwynne Dyer, Japan Times

Iraq and Vietnam (23 de Agosto)
Leader, The Times

Easy Scapegoat (23 de Agosto)
Editorial, Washington Post

An imprudent comparison that undermines the American case (23 de Agosto)
Bronwen Maddox, The Times

The Saigon syndrome (23 de Agosto)
Leader, Guardian

The misleading Vietnam analogy (23 de Agosto)
Editorial, Los Angeles Times

Who Lost Iraq? (23 de Agosto)
James Dobbins, Real Clear Politics

Is Iraq Fit for "Freedom"? (23 de Agosto)
Charles Crain, Time

‘Free Iraq’ Is Within Reach, Bush Declares (23 de Agosto)
Jim Rutenberg, Sheryl Gay Stolberg and Mark Mazzetti, New York Times

Bush da marcha atrás y renueva su confianza en el primer ministro iraquí (23 de Agosto)
La Vanguardia

Bush Compares Iraq to Vietnam (23 de Agosto)
Michael A. Fletcher, Washington Post

Iraq: The vanishing coalition (23 de Agosto)
Leonard Doyle and Kim Sengupta, The Independent

U.S. criticism draws a blunt Iraqi retort (23 de Agosto)
Carol J. Williams, Los Angeles Times

Bush compara Irak con la II Guerra Mundial: 'Los ideales e intereses son los mismos' (22 de Agosto)
El Mundo

The U.N.'s Role in Iraq (22 de Agosto)
Carlos Pascual and Brian Cullin, Washington Post

Iraq on the Path to a Shiite Dictatorship (22 de Agosto)
Guido Steinberg, Der Spiegel

The "soft war" between the US and Iraq (22 de Agosto)
People’s Daily

Bush Turns Up Heat on Maliki (22 de Agosto)
Michael A. Fletcher and Megan Greenwell, Washington Post

"Il n'y a pas de guerre chiite-sunnite en Irak mais des divisions à l'intérieur de ces communautés" (22 de Agosto)
Entrevista a Jalal Talabani, Le Monde

Reversing Course, France Seeks an Active Role in Iraq (22 de Agosto)
Katrin Bennhold, New York Times

Paris vacates the moral high ground to give Washington a helping hand (22 de Agosto)
Charles Bremner, The Times

The power to end war (22 de Agosto)
Charles A. Stevenson, Boston Globe

Cambio de actitud hacia Bush e Irak (22 de Agosto)
Editorial, ABC

"Nunca debieron mandarse las tropas a Irak" (22 de Agosto)
Entevista a Jimmy Carter, El Pais

Democrats Refocus Message on Iraq After Military Gains (21 de Agosto)
Jonathan Weisman and Anne E. Kornblut, Washington Post

Letter from Egypt: Dashed hopes for peace in Sharm el Sheik (21 de Agosto)
Janine Zacharia, International Herald Tribune

A Bagdad, Bernard Kouchner plaide pour une "solution irakienne" face aux violences (21 de Agosto)
Le Monde

US struggles to keep Iraqi leader at helm (21 de Agosto)
Farah Stockman, Boston Globe

Bernard Kouchner à l'écoute des Irakiens (21 de Agosto)
Le Figaro

We will help UN if it replaces US, UK in Iraq: Sadr (21 de Agosto)
Daily Times

Maliki walks a fine line in his recent efforts to put Iraq first (21 de Agosto)
Editorial, Daily Star

French diplomacy takes step in a new direction (21 de Agosto)
Bronwen Maddox, Times

Revenir en Irak (21 de Agosto)
Pierre Rousselin, Le Figaro

Pari irakien (21 de Agosto)
Editorial, Le Monde

Iraq prime minister visits Syria (20 de Agosto)
Qassim Abdul-Zahra, Boston Globe

Bernard Kouchner en visite surprise à Bagdad (20 de Agosto)
Georges Malbrunot, Le Figaro

French Official’s Iraq Visit Offers Lift, U.S. Says (20 de Agosto)
Stephen Farrell, New York Times

France tries to 'turn the page' on Iraq (20 de Agosto)
Kim Gamel, Boston Globe

The Iraq war as we see it (19 de Agosto)
Seven U.S. soldiers speak, International Herald Tribune

Hard lessons from soft targets (17 de Agosto)
Con Coughlin, Daily Telegraph

Ashes and Dust (17 de Agosto)
Jeff Emanuel, Weekly Standard

U.N. returns to Iraq (17 de Agosto)
Austin Bay, Washington Times

Iraq Trip Report (Agosto)
Michael E. O'Hanlon and Kenneth M. Pollack, The Brookings Institution

From Belfast to Baghdad – what have we learned? (16 de Agosto)
Douglas A. Borer, CS Monitor

Fuera de control (16 de Agosto)
Editorial, El Pais

Petraeus paves the way for US troop withdrawals next year (16 de Agosto)
Times

Multiple Iraq suicide bombs 'killed over 250' (16 de Agosto)
Times

An Early Clash Over Iraq Report (16 de Agosto)
Jonathan Weisman and Karen DeYoung, Washington Post

Are the Sunnis changing sides (16 de Agosto)
James Dobbins, International Herald Tribune

Shia and Kurdish parties form Iraq alliance (16 de Agosto)
Andrew England, Financial Times

Death Toll in Iraq Suicide Bombings Reaches 250 (15 de Agosto)
Jessica Tuchman Mathews, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

Al-Qaeda blamed for Iraq suicide attacks (15 de Agosto)
Andrew England, Financial Times

Fight the PKK, but address Kurdish beefs (14 de Agosto)
Howard Eissenstat, Daily Star

Tankers on Two Legs (14 de Agosto)
Jeff Emanuel, Weekly Standard

For Top General in Iraq, Role Is a Mixed Blessing (14 de Agosto)
John F. Burns, New York Times

Iraq crisis summit set (14 de Agosto)
China Daily

Iraqi Summit Set to Begin (14 de Agosto)
Megan Greenwell, Washington Post

Los suníes acusan a Maliki de genocidio y de obedecer a Irán (14 de Agosto)
El Pais

Defense Chief Keeps Own Counsel on Iraq (14 de Agosto)
David S. Cloud, New York Times

Strengthening Capacity Building and Public-sector Management in Iraq (13 de Agosto)
Frederick Barton, Karin von Hippel, and Andrew Rathmell, Center for Strategic & International Studies

Iraq's al-Maliki plans crisis conference (13 de Agosto)
China Daily

Irak y la construcción nacional (13 de Agosto)
John Gray, El Pais

Wrong Way Out of Iraq (13 de Agosto)
Editorial, New York Times

Kurds build an island of calm in the inferno of Iraq (13 de Agosto)
Zvi Bar'el, Haaretz

Bush to bolster Iraq troop surge as antiwar lobby gives ground (13 de Agosto)
Times

Waiting for Petraeus (13 de Agosto)
Jim Hoagland, Washington Post

'Forget Iraq, think Afghanistan' (10 de Agosto)
Con Coughlin, Daily Telegraph

Turkey's Kurdish worries deepen (10 de Agosto)
M K Bhadrakumar, Asia Times

Remembering Partition (10 de Agosto)
Fred Kaplan, Slate

'Get It Done' (10 de Agosto)
Peggy Noonan, WS Opinion Journal

Progress in Iraq (10 de Agosto)
Phil Gingrey, Washington Times

Irak ayuda a destruirse a sí misma (10 de Agosto)
Editorial, ABC

Iraqi Oil Minister Lays Out the Rules (10 de Agosto)
Anna Smolchenko, The Moscow Times

U.S. Seeks U.N. Help With Talks On Iraq (10 de Agosto)
Colum Lynch and Robin Wright, Washington Post

Maliki, Bush may differ on Iran's role (10 de Agosto)
Paul Richter, LA Times

The Tenuous Case for Strategic Patience in Iraq: A Trip Report (6 de Agosto)
Anthony H. Cordesman, Center for Strategic and International Studies

Gause: U.S. Trying to Soften Saudi Hard Line toward Maliki Government (6 de Agosto)
F. Gregory Gause III, Council on Foreign Relations

Testimony before the Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee (31 de Julho)
Daniel Benjamin, The Brookings Institution

Stability in Iraq: A War We Just Might Win (30 de Julho)
Michael E. O'Hanlon and Kenneth M. Pollack, The Brookings Institution

Between Baghdad, Tehran, Riyadh and Jerusalem: Is there a way for the Greater Middle East? (25 de Julho)
Michael Emerson, Rosemary Hollis, Vitaly Naumkin, Bruce Riedel, CEPS

Maliki’s visit: Much ado about nothing? (9 de Agosto)
Ibrahim Kalin, Today’s Zaman

Turks take no delight in Iraqi visit (9 de Agosto)
Sami Moubayed, Asia Times

Turkey and Iraq in spat over terror base (9 de Agosto)
Vincent Boland, Financial Times

First Step From Iraq Against PKK (9 de Agosto)
Turkish Weekly

M. Maliki promet d'agir contre les Kurdes du PKK en Irak (9 de Agosto)
Le Monde

Iranian Leaders Pledge Support For Iraqi Prime Minister (9 de Agosto)
Radio Free Europe

Iraq Says LUKoil Will Get a Fair Shake (9 de Agosto)
Anna Smolchenko, The Moscow Times

Russia, Iraq to discuss energy cooperation (9 de Agosto)
RIA Novosti

Iraq: Plan To Deploy Peshmerga To Kirkuk Alarms Minorities (8 de Agosto)
Mustafa Mahmud, Radio Free Europe

Only a political surge can save Iraq from a definitive fall into the abyss (8 de Agosto)
Editorial, Daily Star

Syria Hosts Meeting On Security In Iraq (8 de Agosto)
Radio Free Europe

Pressed by U.S., a Wary U.N. Now Plans Larger Iraq Role (8 de Agosto)
Colum Lynch, Washington Post

EE UU y Reino Unido impulsan el papel de Naciones Unidas en el conflicto iraquí (8 de Agosto)
Sandro Pozzi, El Pais

US uneasy as Britain plans for early Iraq withdrawal (8 de Agosto)
Ewen MacAskill, Julian Borger and Patrick Wintour, The Guardian

Turkey and Iraq in spat over terror base (8 de Agosto)
Vincent Boland, Finantial Times

In the Middle of a Civil War (7 de Agosto)
Gian P. Gentile, Washington Post

Those Missing Guns in Iraq (7 de Agosto)
Editorial, New York Times

Do the Right Thing (7 de Agosto)
Leader, Times

As British Leave, Basra Deteriorates (7 de Agosto)
Karen DeYoung and Thomas E. Ricks, Washington Post

5 Ministers Threaten to Leave Iraq’s Cabinet (7 de Agosto)
Stephen Farrell, New York Times

U.S., Iran begin talks on Iraq security (7 de Agosto)
Atul Aneja, The Hindu

US and Iran in ‘frank and serious’ talks (6 de Agosto)
Andrew England and Gareth Smyth, Financial Times

The Tenuous Case for Strategic Patience in Iraq: A Trip Report (6 de Agosto)
Anthony H. Cordesman, Center for Strategic & International Studies

Perceptions of Iraq War Are Starting to Shift (6 de Agosto)
Michael Barone, Real Clear Politics

Iraq: pre-war warnings disregarded (6 de Agosto)
Richard Norton Taylor, The Hindu

Weapons Given to Iraq Are Missing (6 de Agosto)
Glenn Kessler, Washington Post

The Next Intervention (6 de Agosto)
Ivo Daalder and Robert Kagan, Washington Post

Iraqi, Iranian, And U.S. Officials To Meet In Baghdad (6 de Agosto)
Radio Free Europe

Turkey to Warn Iraq on Rebel Sanctuaries (6 de Agosto)
Ellen Knickmeyer, Washington Post

I have seen the horror (5 de Agosto)
Michael Yon, New York Daily News

Getting Iraq Wrong (5 de Agosto)
Michael Ignatieff, New York Times

Good news from Baghdad at last: the oil law has stalled (3 de Agosto)
Jonathan Steele, The Guardian

Amid all the politics, a defeat for humanity in Iraq (3 de Agosto)
Cesar Chelala, Daily Star

Brown and Bush look to UN for an exit strategy (3 de Agosto)
Tom Baldwin, Times

What if we win? (3 de Agosto)
Cal Thomas, Washington Times

Bush and Napoleon (2 de Agosto)
Richard Bulliet, International Herald Tribune

The War We Need To Win (2 de Agosto)
Barack Obama, Real Clear Politics

Iraq's two timetables (2 de Agosto)
Editorial, La Times

Draft Resolution Seeks Expanded UN Mandate In Iraq (2 de Agosto)
Radio Free Europe

Sunni bloc bolts Iraqi Cabinet (2 de Agosto)
Ned Parker, LA Times

Sunnis Asked to Reconsider Quiting Gov't (2 de Agosto)
Hamid Ahmed, Washington Post

Saudis May Attend Mideast Conference (2 de Agosto)
Robin Wright and Josh White, Washington Post

Military fears political inertia in Iraq (1 de Agosto)
Demetri Sevastopulo, Financial Times

Sube un 33% las víctimas civiles en Irak (1 de Agosto)
El Pais

Saudis Plan Diplomatic Mission to Baghdad (1 de Agosto)
Josh White, Washington Post

U.S. Assuring Arab States It Will Remain a Force in Mideast Post-Iraq (1 de Agosto)
Entrevista com Tamara Cofman Wittes, Council on Foreign Relations

General Petraeus's 'coy mistress' (31 de Julho)
H. D. S. Greenway, International Herald Tribune

Humanitarian crisis in Iraq (31 de Julho)
Nicole Pope, Today’s Zaman

US aids Turkish drive against Kurdish fighters (31 de Julho)
Ewen MacAskill, The Guardian

Brown to delay Iraq troops decision (31 de Julho)
Jean Eaglesham and Edward Luce, Financial Times

Bush, Brown Present United Front on Iraq (31 de Julho)
DW

New British leader backs Bush on Iraq (31 de Julho)
Joseph Cur, Washington Times

Advancing Freedom in Iraq (30 de Julho)
Steven Groves, The Heritage Foundation

Bush, Brown Reaffirm Commitment To Iraq (30 de Julho)
Andrew Tully, Radio Free Europe

8 million Iraqis need urgent aid, report says (30 de Julho)
James Sturcke, The Guardian

A war America just might win (30 de Julho)
Michael E. O'Hanlon and Kenneth M. Pollack, New York Times

Iraq withdrawal with honour (30 de Julho)
Leader, Daily Telegraph

Amputations bring health crisis to Iraq (30 de Julho)
Peter Beaumont, The Hindu

The battle on the home front (29 de Julho)
Charles A. Kupchan and Peter L. Trubowitz, International Herald Tribune

Scripting the exit from Iraq (27 de Julho)
Hugh Cortazzi, Japan Times

Don't abandon Iraq (27 de Julho)
Daniel Pipes, Daily Pioneer

U.S. Officials Voice Frustrations With Saudis' Role in Iraq (27 de Julho)
Helene Cooper, Der Spiegel

Iraqi Leaders Meeting To Address Political Crisis (27 de Julho)
Radio Free Europe

U.S. Officials Voice Frustrations With Saudis’ Role in Iraq (27 de Julho)
Helene Cooper, New York Times

El Pentágono estudia de modo 'prioritario' salir de Irak, según una carta a Hillary Clinton (27 de Julho)
El Mundo

Jordan Appeals for Help in Dealing With Iraqi Refugees (27 de Julho)
Dale Gavlak, Washington Post

Turquía bombardea el norte de Irak para combatir a los terroristas kurdos del PKK (27 de Julho)
ABC

Bagdad appelle la communauté internationale à aider les réfugiés irakiens (26 de Julho)
Le Monde

Iraq: New Sunni Boycott May Be End Of Moderates' Bloc (26 de Julho)
Sumedha Senanayake, Radio Free Europe

"Heart-to-Heart" Discussions Between Two Enemies (26 de Julho)
Zuheir Kseibati, Dar Al-Hayat

US-Iran dialogue on a tortuous path (26 de Julho)
Kaveh L Afrasiabi, Asia Times

Bush otea alternativas (26 de Julho)
Editorial, El Pais

The Wounds Outlast the War (26 de Julho)
Editorial, New York Times

Iraqi Refugee Conference Opens In Amman (26 de Julho)
Radio Free Europe

Interesting, But Doomed (25 de Julho)
Fred Kaplan, Slate

Change course on Iraq, and salvage what can be salvaged (25 de Julho)
Daniel Pipes, Jerusalem Post

En Iran, un haut dignitaire, Ali Larijani, dénonce l'incapacité américaine à "gérer la crise en Irak" (25 de Julho)
Le Monde

Iraq Is the Central Front (25 de Julho)
Thomas Joscelyn, Weekly Standard

The death of Iraq's Christian community (25 de Julho)
Doug Bandow, Japan Times

Iran's growing presence in Iraq (25 de Julho)
Sam Dagher, The Christian Science Monitor

Iran Says It's Ready To Consider High-Level Talks With U.S. (25 de Julho)
Radio Free Europe

Iran willing to consider higher level talks with U.S. over Iraq (25 de Julho)
People’s Daily

U.S., Iranian envoys trade charges at Baghdad meet (25 de Julho)
Atul Aneja, The Hindu

Bush and Iraqi: Frequent Talks, Limited Results (25 de Julho)
Jim Rutenberg and Alissa J. Rubin, New York Times

US to set up security subcommittee with Iran and Iraq (25 de Julho)
Today’s Zaman

U.S., Iran To Form Panel On Stabilizing Iraq (24 de Julho)
Radio Free Europe

Iran joins Iraq security committee (24 de Julho)
Steve Negus and Daniel Dombey, Financial Times

Iraq Is the Central Front (24 de Julho)
Thomas Joscelyn, Weekly Standard

They Don't Really Support the Troops (24 de Julho)
William Kristol, Weekly Standard

In Iraq, liberals flip on genocide (24 de Julho)
J. Goldberg, LA Times

Poll Finds Democrats Favored On War (24 de Julho)
Jon Cohen and Dan Balz, Washington Post

U.S., Iranian Envoys To Iraq Meeting Again In Baghdad (24 de Julho)
Andrew Tully, Radio Free Europe

Fresh Iran-US talks start in Baghdad (24 de Julho)
Steve Negus, Financial Times

Washington et Téhéran parlent à nouveau de l'Irak (24 de Julho)
Philippe Gélie, Le Figaro

Iraq is much more than just an American problem (23 de Julho)
Richard N. Haass, Daily Star

How to beat Iraq's insurgents? Ask the British. (23 de Julho)
Stephen Webbe, CS Monitor

Iraq isn't Vietnam, Henry (22 de Julho)
Max Boot, LA Times

Why the United Nations Belongs in Iraq (20 de Julho)
Zalmay Khalilzad, New York Times

The destruction of Iraq's Christians (20 de Julho)
Rayyan al-Shawaf, Daily Star

The 20 Percent Solution (20 de Julho)
Charles Krauthammer, Washington Post

Trouble With the Neighbors (20 de Julho)
Michael Gerson, Washington Post

Iraq-Turkey tensions high (20 de Julho)
Atul Aneja, The Hindu

Iraq hasn't even begun (19 de Julho)
Timothy Garton Ash, LA Times

America is just starting to wake up to the awesome scale of its Iraq disaster (19 de Julho)
Timothy Garton Ash, The Guardian

After Iraq (19 de Julho)
Thomas Sowell, Washington Times

Stubborn President still has the power to stand firm over Iraq (19 de Julho)
Tim Reid, Times

U.S. Democrats fails to advance Iraq bill in Senate (19 de Julho)
People’s Daily

Senate rejects Iraq pullout (19 de Julho)
Sean Lengell and Christopher Dolan, Washington Times

The Situation in Iraq (18 de Julho)
Jessica T. Mathews, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

A Third Way: Alternatives for Iraq's Future (18 de Julho)
Daniel L. Byman, The Brookings Institution

Yes, Iraq is a calamity, but military intervention can be a very good thing (17 de Julho)
Max Hastings, The Guardian

No Magic Bullets For Iraq (17 de Julho)
Anne Applebaum, Washington Post

UN Chief Warns Against Abrupt U.S. Troop Withdrawal (17 de Julho)
Radio Free Europe

After Iraq (17 de Julho)
Thomas Sowell, Real Clear Politics

The Only Choices Are Bad Choices (16 de Julho)
Anne Applebaum, Slate

Military rule is the solution in Iraq (16 de Julho)
Abdulaziz Sager, Daily Star

Last tango in Iraq (16 de Julho)
Omer Taspinar, Today’s Zaman

An Iraq for All Iraqis (16 de Julho)
Hayder Karim, Washington Post

The Kurds: new key to long-term victory (16 de Julho)
Andrew Sullivan, Times

Iraq, the vets' view (14 de Julho)
Chris Hedges, LA Times

U.S. general warns against early withdrawal from Iraq (14 de Julho)
John F. Burns, International Herald Tribune

How to Save Iraqi Kurdistan from Itself (Julho)
Morton Abramowitz, Foreign Policy

In the Crossfire or the Crosshairs? Norms, Civilian Casualties, and U.S. Conduct in Iraq (Summer 2007)
Colin H. Kahl, International Security

Deserting Petraeus (13 de Julho)
Charles Krauthammer, Washington Post

The July Surprise (13 de Julho)
Joe Klein, Time

Iraq: Al-Maliki Faces His Sternest Test Yet (13 de Julho)
Sumedha Senanayake, Radio Free Europe

U.S. House votes on troop pullout from Iraq by April 1, 2008 (13 de Julho)
RIA Novosti

La Cámara de Representantes de EE UU aprueba por tercera vez un proyecto de retirada rápida de Irak (13 de Julho)
El Pais

Bush contraint d'envisager un retrait d'Irak (13 de Julho)
Philippe Gelie, Le Figaro

Another Srebrenica? (12 de Julho)
Editorial, Washington Times

U.S. Says Al-Qaeda Will 'Lash Out' In Iraq (12 de Julho)
Radio Free Europe

White House Isn't Backing Iraq Study Group Follow-Up (12 de Julho)
Robin Wright, Washington Post

Iraq: Go Deep or Get Out (11 de Julho)
Stephen Biddle, Washington Post

White House reviewing Iraq policy (11 de Julho)
Ewen MacAskill, The Hindu

Deployment-Length Amendment Is First Step Toward "Cut and Run" In Iraq (10 de Julho)
James Jay Carafano, The Heritage Foundation

Bellinger Says International Court Flawed But Deserving of Help in Some Cases (10 de Julho)
Entrevista com John Bellinger, Council on Foreign Relations

Iraq: U.S. Experts Discuss Prospects For 'Soft Partitioning' (10 de Julho)
Andrew Tully, Radio Free Europe

Moment of Truth for the President (10 de Julho)
William Kristol, Weekly Standard

Weekend of death and destruction in Iraq (10 de Julho)
Ewen MacAskill and Jonathan Steele, The Hindu

Washington wobbles (10 de Julho)
Leader, Daily Telegraph

Iraq warns of catastrophe as Bush struggles with rising US rebellion (10 de Julho)
Times

For Iraq's Neighbors, the Gift of Fear (6 de Julho)
Brian Katulis, Washington Post

Iraq: Won and Done? (6 de Julho)
Terence Samuel, Prospect Magazine

Comment al-Qaida exporte la terreur d'Irak (6 de Julho)
Georges Malbrunot, Le Figaro

President Defends War on July 4th (5 de Julho)
Tim Craig, Washington Post

Iraq cabinet endorses draft oil law (4 de Julho)
Steve Negus, Financial Times

Meeting strengthens Iraq motion prospects (4 de Julho)
Today’s Zaman

A political program to exit Iraq (2 de Julho)
Henry A. Kissinger, International Herald Tribune

A different plan in Iraq (2 de Julho)
Anthony N. Celso, Washington Times

U.S. Alleges Iran Using Hizballah As 'Proxy' In Iraq (2 de Julho)
Radio Free Europe

U.S. alleges Iran using Lebanese Hezbollah as 'proxy' in Iraq (2 de Julho)
Haaretz

U.S. Policy Options in the Iraq Crisis (Julho)
James Dobbins, RAND

Understanding General Petraeus's Strategy (29 de Junho)
Frederick W. Kagan, Weekly Standard

Iraq: Game plan for the endgame? (29 de Junho)
Hamid Ansari, The Hindu

'Chemical Ali' didn't act alone (28 de Junho)
Peter W. Galbraith, LA Times

Iraq strategy geared to U.S. pullout (28 de Junho)
Julian Barnes, LA Times

Iraq's September Diagnosis (27 de Junho)
Tony Blankley, Real Clear Politics

An Exit to Disaster (27 de Junho)
Michael Gerson, Washington Post

Ratcheting up in Iraq (27 de Junho)
James A. Lyons Jr., Washington Times

Iraq raid targets Sunni Cabinet member (27 de Junho)
Ned Parker and Saif Hameed, LA Times

Iraqi Minister Sought in Assassination Attempt (27 de Junho)
John Ward Anderson, Washington Post

At Least 33 Killed In Iraq Suicide Attacks (25 de Junho)
Radio Free Europe

The Man Who Knows Too Little (22 de Junho)
Fred Kaplan, Slate

Fighting al Qaeda in Iraq (22 de Junho)
Editorial, Washington Times

China to substantially forgive Iraq debt (22 de Junho)
Qin Jize, China Daily

Winning On Offense (21 de Junho)
Ralph Peters, New York Post

Lincoln's Example for Iraq (21 de Junho)
Carl Levin, Washington Post

Erdoğan says Iraq cross-border operation on table (21 de Junho)
Today’s Zaman

Partition Iraq? (20 de Junho)
Stephen Schwartz, Weekly Standard

In battle for hearts and minds, Iraqi insurgents are doing well (20 de Junho)
John Hughes, CS Monitor

We need a surge in rational political analysis and policy for a change (20 de Junho)
Editorial, Daily Star

Erdogan reconoce que Turquía estudia una incursión militar en el norte de Irak (20 de Junho)
El Mundo

Unifying Iraq (19 de Junho)
Donald L. Horowitz, WS Opinion Journal

US troops launch mass offensive in Iraq (19 de Junho)
Financial Times

Embassy Staff In Baghdad Inadequate, Rice Is Told (19 de Junho)
Glenn Kessler, Washington Post

U.S., British Troops Battle Shiite Militiamen in East (19 de Junho)
Joshua Partlow and Saad Sarhan, Washington Post

Iraq Conflict Fuels Increase in Refugees (19 de Junho)
Der Spiegel

“Iraq on verge of genocidal war” (19 de Junho)
Patrick Wintour, The Hindu

Our geography dictates conspiracy theories to us in the absence of wisdom (19 de Junho)
Lale Sariibrahimoglu, Today’s Zaman

10,000 U.S., Iraqi Troops Launch Major Offensive (19 de Junho)
Radio Free Europe

Iraq, 'Sinking Fast,' Is Ranked No. 2 on List of Unstable States (19 de Junho)
Robin Wright, Washington Post

The region is mute amid Iraqi violence (18 de Junho)
Alia A. Toukan, Daily Star

All about Iraq? Don’t you believe it (18 de Junho)
Tim Hames, Times

U.S. Strategy on Sunnis Questioned (18 de Junho)
Joshua Partlow, Washington Post

Petraeus: Iraq 'Challenges' to Last for Years (18 de Junho)
Karen DeYoung, Washington Post

Redefining the U.S. Role in Iraq (18 de Junho)
James S. Gilmore III, Washington Post

Kurdish rebel leader warns Turkey against Iraq incursion (18 de Junho)
Michael Howard, The Guardian

What I Saw in Iraq (15 de Junho)
Joseph Lieberman, WS Opinion Journal

Slow-motion Tet (15 de Junho)
Frederick W. Kagan & William Kristol, Weekly Standard

Factionalism has spread to Iraq's intelligence services (15 de Junho)
David Ignatius, Daily Star

The Laptop Is Mightier Than the Sword (15 de Junho)
Owen West and Bing West, New York Times

Les représailles contre des mosquées sunnites se poursuivent (15 de Junho)
L'Orient-Le Jour

Several Mosques Targeted in Iraq (15 de Junho)
Kommersant

Iraq: Al-Sadr Calls For Restraint, But With What Objectives? (14 de Junho)
Entrevista com Reuel Marc Gerecht, Radio Free Europe

Iraq: Uneasy Calm Follows Attacks On Key Shi’ite Shrine (14 de Junho)
Radio Free Europe

Iraq: Mosque Bombing A Test For Emerging Political Climate (13 de Junho)
Kathleen Ridolfo, Radio Free Europe

Faced with the tragedy of Iraq, the US must rethink its whole foreign policy (14 de Junho)
Timothy Garton Ash, The Guardian

Don’t you get it? It’s a jobs surge we need (14 de Junho)
Camilla Cavendish, Times

Efforts to Avert Sectarian Reprisals After Shrine Attack (14 de Junho)
John F. Burns, New York Times

Several Sunni Mosques in Iraq Attacked (14 de Junho)
Sameer N. Yacoub, Washington Post

Security Tight In Baghdad, Samarra After Mosque Attack (14 de Junho)
Radio Free Europe

Atacadas cinco mezquitas suníes al sur de Bagdad (14 de Junho)
El Pais

Plusieurs mosquées sunnites incendiées au sud de Bagdad (14 de Junho)
Le Monde

Iraq on edge after attack on shrine (14 de Junho)
Alexandra Zavis, LA Times

Shiite Shrine in Samarra Is Hit Again (14 de Junho)
John Ward Anderson and Joshua Partlow, Washington Post

Iraq: Mosque Bombing A Test For Emerging Political Climate (13 de Junho)
Kathleen Ridolfo, Radio Free Europe

Sunni Skies Ahead? (12 de Junho)
Frederick W. Kagan, Weekly Standard

Insurgents in Iraq Turn on Each Other (12 de Junho)
Bernhard Zand, Der Spiegel

De nuevo, una política colonial para Irak (12 de Junho)
Rami G. Khouri, El Pais

A Brown Study (12 de Junho)
Leader, Times

Three-way ties (12 de Junho)
Tulin Daloglu, Washington Times

Turkey in Iraq? Don't even go there (12 de Junho)
Editorial, CS Monitor

La nouvelle stratégie à haut risque des Etats-Unis en Irak (11 de Junho)
Maïté Sélignan, Le Figaro


Turkish, Iranian cooperation against PKK irks Iraq and US (11 de Junho)
The New Anatolian

L'Irak au menu des discussions entre George W.Bush et Benoît XVI (11 de Junho)
Le Monde

Today’s Iraqi Refugees Key to Tomorrow’s Stability (7 de Junho)
Humphrey Hawksley, Yale Global

Accommodating reality in Iraq (7 de Junho)
Sonni Efron, LA Times

Iraq: Analyst Examines Possible Turkish Cross-Border Attack (6 de Junho)
Michael Rubin, Radio Free Europe

UK and US must quit Iraq quickly, says former ambassador (6 de Junho)
Tania Branigan and Rosie Lavan, The Guardian

Turkey launches large-scale attack on Kurdish militants – media (6 de Junho)
RIA Novosti

Turkey 'will track Kurds into Iraq' (5 de Junho)
Vincent Boland, Financial Times

Iraq Might Fail to Help Democrats (5 de Junho)
Kmmersant

What's Next for Kurdistan? (5 de Junho)
Christopher Hitchens, Slate

Discontent Over Iraq Increasing, Poll Finds (5 de Junho)
Dan Balz and Jon Cohen, Washington Post

A Turkey-Iraq War? (4 de Junho)
Peter Brookes, New York Post

Turkish artillery hits Kurdish rebel bases in northern Iraq (4 de Junho)
Daily Star

Kurds report shelling by Turkish forces (4 de Junho)
LA Times

US warns Turkey not to invade Iraq (4 de Junho)
Steve Negus and Vincent Boland, Financial Times

Border tension heats up - US urges Turkey not to cross border (4 de Junho)
Turkish Daily News

The New Old Thing (4 de Junho)
Frederick W. Kagan, Weekly Standard

MoD to pull troops out of Iraq within a year (4 de Junho)
Sean Rayment and Patrick Hennessy, Daily Telegraph

Democrats Focus on Iraq In Contentious Second Debate (4 de Junho)
Anne Kornblut and Dan Balz, Washington Post

Iraq Is the Flash Point as 8 Democratic Rivals Clash (4 de Junho)
Robin Toner and Jeff Zeleny, New York Times

Commanders Say Push in Baghdad Is Short of Goal (4 de Junho)
David S. Cloud and Damien Cave, New York Times

The 'Blame The Iraqis' Gambit (3 de Junho)
Robert Kagan, Washington Post

Bush team looks at Korea as model for Iraq strategy (3 de Junho)
David E. Sanger, International Herald Tribune

The World: Iraq's Curse: A Thirst for Final, Crushing Victory (3 de Junho)
Edward Wong, New York Times

Iraq holds its breath for the vital summer ahead (1 de Junho)
Roland Watson, Today’s Zaman

Words in a time of war (1 de Junho)
Mark Danner, LA Times

After the surge (1 de Junho)
Editorial, LA Times

Entering northern Iraq as an instrument of changing Turkey’s axis (1 de Junho)
Bulent Kenes, Today’s Zaman


Turkey deploys extra troops to Iraq border as tension with Kurds grows (1 de Junho)
Simon Tisdall, The Guardian

The lessons of Vietnam (31 de Maio)
Henry A. Kissinger, LA Times

Bush and 'Plan B-H,' meaning it's back to Baker-Hamilton (31 de Maio)
David Ignatius, Daily Star

Iraq holds its breath for the vital summer ahead (31 de Maio)
Roland Watson, Times

Why the US isn't leaving Iraq any time soon (30 de Maio)
Fu Mengzi, China Daily

The Iraq war is Brown's war, a war he could have stopped (30 de Maio)
Simon Jenkins, The Guardian

What will Ankara do? (29 de Maio)
Tulin Daloglu, Washington Times

US looks at option to reduce Iraq troop numbers (29 de Maio)
Tim Reid, Times

Middle East: Iraq Jihadists Said To Be Spreading (28 de Maio)
Ron Synovitz, Radio Free Europe

Congress Gives In (28 de Maio)
William Kristol & Frederick W. Kagan, Weekly Standard

Reconciliation could reap greater rewards for Kurds (28 de Maio)
Safa A. Hussein, Daily Star

En Irak, le travail de sape iranien commence à porter ses fruits (28 de Maio)
Georges Malbrunot, Le Figaro

U.S.-Iran talks to begin today (28 de Maio)
Ned Parker and Alexandra Zavis, LA Times

U.S., Iran Meet to Discuss Iraq Security (28 de Maio)
John Ward Anderson, Washington Post

U.S., Iran officials hold 'cordial' four-hour meeting on Iraq (28 de Maio)
Haaretz

Iran and US hold talks in Baghdad (28 de Maio)
Jerusalem Post

U.S., Iranian Ambassadors Meeting In Baghdad (28 de Maio)
Radio Free Europe

Talks over Iraq hint at thawing of US-Iran relations (28 de Maio)
Deborah Haynes, Times

Iran and US resume talks after 27 years (28 de Maio)
Martina Smit and Damien McElroy, Daily Telegraph

Iran and US hold historic talks (28 de Maio)
Peter Walker, The Guardian

Talks between US and Iran on Iraq war marred by claims of spy ring (28 de Maio)
Ewen MacAskill, The Guardian

Los embajadores de EEUU e Irán debaten en Bagdad sobre la seguridad en Irak (28 de Maio)
El Mundo

Les Etats-Unis et l'Iran renouent le dialogue au sujet de la situation sécuritaire en Irak (28 de Maio)
Le Monde

A weak power play (27 de Maio)
Michael Goodwin, NY Daily News

U.S. Congress Approves Iraq War-Funding Bill (25 de Maio)
Rádio Free Europe

Senate approves Iraq spending bill (25 de Maio)
Alex Barker, Financial Times

Bloody summer will be crucial test for troop surge, says Bush (25 de Maio)
Tim Reid, Times

Sadr Back in Iraq, U.S. Generals Say (25 de Maio)
Thomas E. Ricks and Sudarsan Raghavan, Washington Post

Cross-border operation gains currency in capital (25 de Maio)
Today’s Zaman

Bush tries to rally support for Iraq war (24 de Maio)
Demetri Sevastopulo, Financial Times

Looking back, the Iraq Study Group report is even worse than we thought (23 de Maio)
Anthony H. Cordesman, Daily Star

Here’s a clear vote loser: pull out of Iraq (23 de Maio)
Daniel Finkelstein, Times

Sectarian Fighting Overshadows Oil Law Debate in Iraq (23 de Maio)
Adam Wolfe, The Power and Interest News Report

Cave-in, or smart politics? (23 de Maio)
Michael Tomasky, The Guardian

New Strategy for War Stresses Iraqi Politics (23 de Maio)
Ann Scott Tyson, Washington Post

Democrats Relent On Pullout Timetable (23 de Maio)
Shailagh Murray, Washington Post

Bush may turn to UN in search for Iraq solution (23 de Maio)
Simon Tisdall, The Guardian

Give Them a Break (22 de Maio)
Max Boot, New York Times

Turkish anxiety on Kirkuk may mean new conflicts (22 de Maio)
Meliha Altunisik, Daily Star

Iran's secret plan for summer offensive to force US out of Iraq (22 de Maio)
Simon Tisdall, The Guardian

Tony Blair se félicite des "progrès" accomplis en Irak (21 de Maio)
Le Monde

Tony Blair Says Farewell to Iraq (21 de Maio)
Kommersant

Irán dice que la reunión con EEUU sobre seguridad en Irak será el 28 de mayo (17 de Maio)
El Mundo


Iran and US to meet on Iraq (17 de Maio)
Financial Times

The Risk of Turkish Intervention in Northern Iraq (17 de Maio)
PINR

Iraq: Kurdish Region Under Increasing Threat (17 de Maio)
Kathleen Ridolfo, Radio Free Europe




What Bremer Got Wrong in Iraq (16 de Maio)
Nir Rosen, Washington Post

Surging Ahead in Iraq (15 de Maio)
Max Boot, WS Opinion Journal

Running Out of Time in Iraq (15 de Maio)
David Ignatius, Washington Post

Losses in Iraq require US success in Iran (15 de Maio)
Guy Dinmore, Financial Times

An Iraq To-Do List (14 de Maio)
Max Boot, Weekly Standard

Nothing to Fear but Polls Themselves? (14 de Maio)
William Kristol, Weekly Standard

Why Iraq's So Hard (14 de Maio)
Ralph Peters, New York Post

U.S.-Iran Talks To Focus On Iraqi Security (14 de Maio)
Radio Free Europe


No Better Friend? (10 de Maio)
Daveed Gartenstein-Ross, Weekly Standard

Cheney Visits Baghdad and Presses Leaders on Political Progress (10 de Maio)
John F. Burns, New York Times

Bush Told War Is Harming The GOP (9 de Maio)
Shailagh Murray e Jonathan Weisman, Washington Post

House Bill Would Admit More Iraqi Refugees (9 de Maio)
Nora Boustany, Washington Post

A Dayton Process For Iraq (9 de Maio)
Rend Al-Rahim, Washington Post

Cheney in Baghdad for military talks (9 de Abril)
Financial Times

Commanders in Iraq See 'Surge' Into '08 (9 de Abril)
Ann Scott Tyson, Washington Post

Are Iraq war costs spinning out of control? (7 de Maio)
David R. Francis, The Christian Science Monitor

In Iraq, the Play Was the Thing (7 de Maio)
Hussain Abdul-Hussain, New York Times

Iraq's neighbors weigh next steps after regional conference (7 de Maio)
Howard LaFranchi, The Christian Science Monitor

An exhausted US looks for a multipolar exit strategy (5 de Maio)
David Ignatius, Daily Star

Exploiting al Qaeda's weaknesses (4 de Maio)
Austin Bay, Washington Times

L'Irak au coeur de la primaire républicaine (4 de Maio)
Le Figaro

Don't Abandon Us (4 de Maio)
Hoshyar Zebari, Washington Post

What can be done at Sharm el-Sheikh (4 de Maio)
Ghassan Atiyyah, Khalid Al-Dakhil and Scott Lasensky, Daily Star

Ban Ki-moon annonce une réduction de la dette irakienne de 30 milliards de dollars (4 de Maio)
Le Monde

Iraq Meeting Focusing On Security (4 de Maio)
Radio Free Europe

Rice Meets With Syrian Counterpart (4 de Maio)
Karen DeYoung, Washington Post

EU Hails Iraq Rescue Plan (4 de Maio)
Deutsche Welle

China to reduce and forgive Iraqi debts (4 de Maio)
China Daily

Iraq urges neighbours to block border infiltration (4 de Maio)
Financial Times

Iraq security drives US-Syria talks (4 de Maio)
Howard LaFranchi, The Christian Science Monitor

For once, it is hard to see what talks would achieve (4 de Maio)
Bronwen Maddox, Times

Rice breaks the ice with Syria, but not Iran (4 de Maio)
Ian Black, The Guardian

Progress as Rice talks to Syria and chats with Iran (4 de Maio)
Tom Baldwin and Richard Beeston, Times

U.S. and Syria are talking (4 de Maio)
Louise Roug and Paul Richter, LA Times

U.S. and Syria Discuss Iraq in Rare Meeting (4 de Maio)
Helene Cooper and Michael Slackman, New York Times

Egypt plays host as great Satan eyes up axis of evil (3 de Maio)
Ian Black, The Guardian

Middle East: Sharm El-Sheikh 'Very Good' First Step For Region (3 de Maio)
Andrew Tully, Radio Free Europe

Rice Presses Maliki on Eve Of Conference on Iraq Aid (3 de Maio)
Karen DeYoung, Washington Post

Concern is high and unity hopes are nil at talks on Iraq (3 de Maio)
Michael Slackman and Helene Cooper, International Herald Tribune

Post-war Iraq (2 de Maio)
Harlan Ullman, Washinton Times

The 'new' Democrats and the war (2 de Maio)
Washington Times

Bush Vetoes Bill Tying Iraq Funds to Exit (2 de Maio)
Sheryl Gay Stolberg and Jeff Zeleny, New York Times

Bush vetoes Bill setting date for Iraq pullout (2 de Maio)
Tim Reid, Times

Bush veta el proyecto de ley que establecía la retirada de las tropas de Irak (2 de Maio)
El Mundo

Bush vetoes Democrats’ war funding bill (2 de Maio)
Andrew Ward, Financial Times

Al-Qaeda leader in Iraq 'killed in battle' (2 de Maio)
Times

Congressional leaders are illiterate on Iraq (2 de Maio)
Lawrence F. Kaplan, The New Republic

Against the Wall: The US Faces a United Iraq (1 de Maio)
Humphrey Hawksley, Yale Global

Support the surge (1 de Maio)
Owen West, International Herald Teribune

What war? (30 de Abril)
Niall Ferguson, LA Times

An invisible disaster: Iraq's refugees (30 de Abril)
Anna Husarska, Daily Star

The Iraq war is over. It is the moment for Democrats to show real leadership (30 de Abril)
Gary Younge, The Guardian

America prepares to talk with Iran after 28 years of silence (30 de Abril)
James Hider and Tom Baldwin, Times

Baghdad Pleased Iran Will Attend Security Talks (30 de Abril)
Radio Free Europe

Iran to attend regional conference on Iraq (30 de Abril)
People Daily

Condoleezza Rice no descarta una reunión con Irán en la cumbre sobre Irak (30 de Abril)
El Mundo


Congress and Iraq (27 de Abril)
Frederick W. Kagan, Weekly Standard

Wanted: Iraqi strongman (Moqtada al-Sadr need not apply) (27 de Abril)
Con Coughlin, Daily Telegraph

Bush, en el laberinto iraquí (27 de Abril)
Editorial, ABC

Senate Sends War Timetable To Bush's Desk (27 de Abril)
Shailagh Murray, Washington Post

Senate Passes Bill Seeking Iraq Exit; Veto Is Expected (27 de Abril)
Carl Hulse, New York Times

One Choice in Iraq (26 de Abril)
Joe Lieberman, Washington Post

The puppet who cleared the way for Iraq's destruction (26 de Abril)
Andrew Cockburn, The Guardian

In defense of Baghdad's 'walls' (26 de Abril)
Ray Odierno, LA Times

Ranting at Reality on Iraq (26 de Abril)
Editorial, New York Times

US House votes to set Iraq withdrawal date (26 de Abril)
The Guardian

Building a wall in Baghdad instead of policy in Iraq (25 de Abril)
International Herald Tribune

Turning the corner in Iraq (24 de Abril)
Frederick Kagan, The Guardian

An Iraq success story (24 de Abril)
Max Boot, LA Times

Supporting Which Troops? (24 de Abril)
Bill Roggio, Weekly Standard

Iraqi Premier Stops Building Of Wall In Baghdad (23 de Abril)
Radio Free Europe

Interview with Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice (23 de Abril)
Real Clear Politics

Can Petraeus Pull It Off? (23 de Abril)
Max Boot, Weekly Standard

On Democracy in Iraq (23 de Abril)
Reuel Marc Gerecht, Weekly Standard

Friends, Enemies and Spoilers (23 de Abril)
Frederick W. Kagan, Weekly Standard

Generals dodge abullet on Iraq war (23 de Abril)
Stefan Halper, Washington Times

Iraq blocks US plan to wall off danger zones (23 de Abril)
James Hider, Times

Iraqi premier calls on US to halt construction of Baghdad wall (23 de Abril)
Dan Glaister, The Guardian

Les Américains construisent des murs à Bagdad (23 de Abril)
Adrien Jaulmes, Le Figaro

The revenge of the Ba'athists (23 de Abril)
Sami Moubayed, Asia Times

In Iraq, All Terribly Familiar (22 de Abril)
Chuck Hagel, Washington Post

Cautious optimism after the fall of an illegitimate Iraqi order (20 de Abril)
Fouad Ajami, Daily Star

Gates Says 'Clock Ticking' On U.S. Time In Iraq (20 de Abril)
Radio Free Europe

US Democrat believes "war is lost" (20 de Abril)
Deutsche Welle

Iraq: The risks of staying and the risks of leaving (19 de Abril)
Barry R. Posen, International Herald Tribune

As long as ministers argue, there is little hope for the country (19 de Abril)
Bronwen Maddox, Times

No surge in optimism for the future of Iraq (19 de Abril)
Leader, Daily Telegraph

U.S. seeks Egypt's help in stabilizing Iraq (19 de Abril)
Julian E. Barnes, LA Times

Riad cancela el 80% de la deuda iraquí (19 de Abril)
El Mundo

Iraq may hold twice as much oil (19 de Abril)
Ed Crooks, Financial Times

A New Threat In Iraq (18 de Abril)
David Ignatius, Washington Post

Hounded by Insurgents, Abandoned by Us (18 de Abril)
Kirk W. Johnson, New York Times

Moktada al-Sadr’s Gambit (18 de Abril)
Editorial, New York Times

The real debate on Iraq (18 de Abril)
Editorial, Washington Times

In a Major Step, Saudi Arabia Agrees to Write Off 80 Percent of Iraqi Debt (18 de Abril)
Steven Mufson and Robin Wright, Washington Post

Rights Group Urges U.S., Britain To Help Iraqi Refugees (18 de Abril)
Radio Free Europe

UN pleads for world to help Iraqis trying to flee violence (18 de Abril)
David Charter, Times

UN Urges Western Nations to Do More For Fleeing Iraqis (17 de Abril)
Deutsche Welle

Une aide d'urgence est nécessaire pour 8 millions d'Irakiens, selon le HCR (17 de Abril)
Le Monde

Les "sadristes" quittent le gouvernement irakien (17 de Abril)
Le Figaro

Who lost Iraq? (17 de Abril)
James Dobbins, International Herald Tribune

Bush's choice on funding the troops (17 de Abril)
Robert Byrd and David Obey, The Christian Science Monitor

Iraq: Refugee Conference to Address Plight of Millions (17 de Abril)
Valentinas Mite, Radio Free Europe

In Mideast, Gates Pushes Support for Iraq (17 de Abril)
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