I was quoted by Patrick Cockburn in “There’s no such thing as precise air strikes in modern warfare – just look at the civilian casualties in Iraq and Syria” for the Independent, and by Paul Iddon in "After Islamic State, Baghdad cannot govern Iraq from centre" for Al Araby and in "Can Abadi reel in the Hashd al-Shaabi before May elections" in Rudaw. I was cited by Jessa Rose Dury-Agri, Omer Kassim, and Patrick Martin in “Iraqi Security Forces And Popular Mobilization Forces: Orders Of Battle” for the Institute for the Study of War.
Tuesday, December 5, 2017
Musings On Iraq In The News
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