As Iraq heads to the polls, low voter turnout, technical errors and some incidents of violence served as reminders of the issues still plaguing Iraqi society.
As Nouri al-Maliki’s opponents amplify their calls for a parliamentary hearing, he threatens to reveal which of them were involved in acts of terrorism.
Iraq’s anti-terrorism law has been criticized, but the government seems to be using the criticisms to promote a "tough on terrorism" image.
How can terrorists can operate with such impunity throughout Iraq, given that al-Qaeda is supposedly "besieged," and given the presence of numerous checkpoints.
A statement released by controversial Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr contains stinging criticism of Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki.
The April 13 elections for representatives of the Iraqi army and police in provincial councils revealed familiar Iraqi factionalism.
The presidential elections in the Iraqi Kurdistan Region, scheduled for later this year, have hit a snag, with several parties unable to agree on issues.
Following attacks on the offices of three different Iraqi newspapers on April 1, press freedom in Iraq is once again called into question.
A delegation from the National Iraqi Alliance, a Shiite electoral coalition, has visited the Iraqi Kurdistan Region in hopes of revitalizing Shiite-Kurdish ties
The Kurds of Iraq have been one of the few unequivocal winners from the U.S.-led invasion of 2003, with a greater role in politics and a burgeoning economy.