America's war in Iraq
Miller Center resources offer context on the 20th anniversary of the U.S. invasion of Iraq
Bush 43 advisors on the war in Iraq
As part of the George W. Bush Oral History Project, top officials talked to Miller Center scholars about the evolution of the conflict
Iraq on the 'back burner'
Saddam Hussein refused to comply with UN disarmament requirements and had the potential to produce weapons of mass destruction
The 'mission accomplished' moment
'All of the intentions that went into why we did it the way we did it were lost'
The U.S. invasion of Iraq: 20 years later
A panel of foreign policy experts marks the 20th anniversary of the U.S. invasion of Iraq by discussing Melvyn P. Leffler’s new book, Confronting Saddam Hussein: George W. Bush and the Invasion of Iraq. Looking back, what does this highly consequential foreign policy decision reveal about presidential leadership and decision making? How did Saddam Hussein's record as a brutal dictator influence the decisions made by George W. Bush?
Past events about the Iraq war
'Undaunted': A former CIA director’s fight against America’s enemies
Former CIA director John Brennan discusses his brutally honest memoir Undaunted.
The presidency and endless war
Since 1776, the United States has been at war 93 percent of the time—227 out of 244 years, according to Global Research. Why is that? And what does it mean for the future of our nation, at home and abroad?
Endless war for the Middle East
Andrew J. Bacevich, one of the country’s most respected voices on foreign affairs, offers an incisive critical history of America's endless wars