Dexter Filkins

Dexter Filkins is an American journalist that has primarily covered foreign wars for the New York Times in the aughts and since 2011, for New Yorker.  His profile also states that he wrote for The Miami Herald and Los Angeles Times, although the websites don’t have his articles available through their search parameters.  Filkins won a Pulitzer Prize in 2009, two George Polk Awards, two National Magazine Awards, and was a Nieman fellow in 2007, and a Carr Center fellow in 2008, both at Harvard University.
Schooling
B.A. – University of Florida – Political Science
M.P. – University of Oxford – International Relations
03-14-17 – Filkins started working at the New York Times covering silly, local things, and quickly moved to covering on location, first with the Presidential Election of 2000, then the New York City mayoral race, and after 9/11, he was sent to Afghanistan and then Iraq, and has covered most of the Middle East for the last decade.
On the surface, not many American journalists are capable of covering the Middle East while remaining objective.  They must be wary of, and cannot be immune to being fed misinformation by “officials” in attempts to sway outcomes or attitudes.  Filkins’ work seems to be transparent and as fair as possible, but he still does use a lot of unnamed sources, something pretty commonplace these days.  The best I can say about Filkins is that I have trouble imagining what an opposition voice would sound like. The pieces I have read are of the Iraq, Syria, Iran, and they are topics that seem both under-reported and shine a light from a new direction.
Filkins has published one book: 
2008 – The Forever War
The following are links to Filkins’s published articles and content, in order from earliest to latest:
10-26-00 – Craving Series Tickets? Gulping Hot Sauce Might Do the Trick, from New York Times
10-31-00 – Honoring the Champions: The Scene; Other Congregants Gather, from New York Times
11-01-00 – Wholesome Holiday Tradition Goes on Parade in Brooklyn, from New York Times
11-04-00 – Candidate’s Comeback is Up to Voters and a Jury, from New York Times
11-05-00 – Neighbors Denounce Plans for Halfway House, from New York Times
11-08-00 – ‘Sopranos’ Makes Offer Several Schools Refuse, from New York Times
11-10-00 – The 2000 Election: Palm Beach; At the Epicenter of a Voting Dispute, a Chasm in the Streets, from New York Times
11-11-00 – Counting the Vote: Palm Beach County; Local Officials Say System Failed on Election Day, from New York Times
11-13-00 – Counting the Votes: Step by Step; In Palm Beach County, Tumult Grew Hourly, from New York Times
11-15-00 – Counting the Vote: Gadsden County; Dispute Arises in Florida Panhandle From Recount of Rejected Ballots That Favor Gore, from New York Times
11-16-00 – Counting the Vote: Manual Counts; G.O.P. Disputes Claims That Both Sides Have Counted by Hand, from New York Times
11-19-00 – Tallahassee Journal; Time Out for the Other Big Game, from New York Times
11-19-00 – Counting the Vote: The Electors; Republican Lawmakers Think They Have an Ace in the Hole, from New York Times
11-20-00 – Tallahassee Journal; Churchgoers Seek Certification from a Higher Authority, from New York Times
11-23-00 – Counting the Vote: Miami-Dade County; A Wild Day in Miami, With an End to Recounting, and Democrats’ Going to Court, from New York Times
11-24-00 – Counting the Vote: The Absentee Ballots; Poor Handwriting and Eligibility Mix-ups Disqualified Many Absentee Votes. from New York Times
11-24-00 – Counting the Vote: Miami-Dade County; Protest Influenced by Miami-Dade’s Decision to Stop Recount, from New York Times
11-25-00 – Counting the Vote: Miami-Dade County; A Mayor; Once Vocal for Gore, is Silent, from New York Times
11-27-00 – Counting the Vote: Broward County; In Marathon Recount, A Judge in the Middle Repeatedly Cast Deciding Vote, from New York Times
12-01-00 – Contesting the Vote: Miami-Dade County; Miami Mayor’s Role a Riddle in Decision to Halt Recount, from New York Times
12-05-00 – Contesting the Vote: The Scene; For the Gore Team, A Moment of High Drama, from New York Times
12-09-00 – Contesting the Vote: Recounting the Votes; Judge Sets Sunday Deadline for Counts, from New York Times
12-10-00 – Contesting the Vote: Recounting the Votes; U.S. Supreme Court’s Ruling Stop Florida’s Election Workers in Their Tracks, from New York Times
12-11-00 – Contesting the Vote: The Rumors; As News Shifts, Town’s Talk Turns to Tracking the Ballots, from New York Times
12-12-00 – Contesting the Vote: The Legislature; Committees Approve Resolutions Allowing Florida Lawmakers to Name Electors, from New York Times
12-19-00 – The 43rd President: Inspecting the Votes; Florida Ballots are Getting New Scrutiny, from New York Times
12-20-00 – The 43rd President: Florida; Republican Group Seeks to Unseat Three Justices, from New York Times
01-01-01 – The Blizzard of 2000: The Airports; For Travelers, the Misery Endures, from New York Times
01-03-01 – Judge Says Tax on Car Leases Applies to Taxi Fleets, Also, from New York Times
01-04-01 – Housing Plan for Inmates is Called Off After Protests, from New York Times
01-08-01 – Incentive for Medicare H.M.O.’s is Proposed, from New York Times
01-11-01 – Bronx Man, 51, Charged with Sodomizing 2 Teenagers, from New York Times
01-12-01 – After Killing, Jail Policy to be Reviewed, from New York Times
01-15-01 – Firefighter’s Death by Heart Attack Underscores Danger, from New York Times
01-29-01 – 21 Sickened by Fumes in West Side Apartments, from New York Times
02-04-01 – Bronx Journal; Residents Seek Shelter from Thriving Motel, from New York Times
02-06-01 – Rapper Fired Gun, Witness Says, from New York Times
02-07-01 – The Sharon Victory: Reaction; Support Mixed with Concern Among U.S. Jewish Groups, from New York Times
02-12-01 – Mrs. Clinton Takes On Racial Profiling and Gift Issues, from New York Times
02-12-01 – In the Bronx, Ethnic Mix Breeds Tensions at School, from New York Times
02-14-01 – Snag in Clinton’s Office Plan: Giuliani Stakes Claim to Space, from New York Times
02-16-01 – Racial Slurs and Intrigue on City I., from New York Times
02-19-01 – Bomb Charges Against Boys Disturb Town, from New York Times
02-26-01 – Anthony J. Giacalone, 82, Man Tied to Hoffa Mystery, from New York Times
02-27-01 – Spitzer and Other Riders Take a Frightful Bus Trip, from New York Times
03-01-01 – Now Combs’s Lawyer Says Lopez May Take the Stand After All, from New York Times
03-05-01 – Two Parades Proceed, in Spite of Disputes, from New York Times
03-06-01 – The Reluctant Storm: Travelers; Clearing the Runways for Canceled Flights, from New York Times
03-12-01 – House Fire In New Jersey Kills Five, from New York Times
03-15-01 – Combs Trial Jurors Consider Gun Case Against Rap Star. from New York Times
03-19-01 – Talks on Moving a Police Killer Break Off, His Lawyer Says, from New York Times
03-26-01 – The Cost of Making It There From New Jersey Has Risen, from New York Times
04-01-01 – Mott Haven Journal; From Mexico, With Faith: Four Nuns Serve in a Place of Need, from New York Times
04-02-01 – Yankee Stadium, Slightly Soggy, Is Ready for the Home Team, from New York Times
04-03-01 – The Albanian Connection; As Italians Move Up, a New Group Does the Pizza and Pasta, from New York Times
04-23-01 – Killing Prompts Call for Alarms in Livery Cabs, from New York Times
04-23-01 – In Some Immigrant Enclaves, Loan Shark Is the Local Bank, from New York Times
04-25-01 – Diallo and Controversy Return to Bronx, as Art, from New York Times
05-02-01 – Bronx Man Offers for eBay Auction What He Calls Piece of Diallo Door, from New York Times
05-03-01 – EBay Removes Auction Posting After Objections From Diallos, from New York Times
05-06-01 – Inwood Journal; Closing Shop in a Once-Thriving Irish Enclave, from New York Times
05-08-01 – Bronx Neighborhood Is Torn As a Familiar Thief Is Killed, from New York Times
05-10-01 – Friends Mourn Slain Bronx Girl As the Police Seek Her Killer, from New York Times
05-11-01 – Neighbor Is Arrested in Rape and Murder of 11-Year-Old Bronx Girl, from New York Times
05-14-01 – 2 Convicted in 1987 Killing Are Expected to Be Set Free, from New York Times
05-18-01 – Metro Briefing | New York: Bronx: Murder Charges Reduced, from New York Times
05-21-01 – Trial Is to Begin for Officer Who Shot Teenager During Chase in the Bronx, from New York Times
05-24-01 – Youth Shot by Officer Tells Why He Ran, from New York Times
05-28-01 – Maverick Archbishop Weds in Manhattan, Perhaps Pushing Catholic Church to Limit, from New York Times
05-30-01 – Youth, 17, Arrested in Slashing Of Fellow Student in the Bronx, from New York Times
05-31-01 – Metro Briefing | New York: Bronx: Man Indicted In Girl’s Death, from New York Times
06-03-01 – Old Foe of Reno Revives A Miami Fugitive’s Case, from New York Times
06-11 – 01 – Metro Briefing | New York: Manhattan: Woman Shot To Death, from New York Times
06-17-01 – Olinville Journal; After an 11-Year-Old’s Murder, Trust Slips Away, from New York Times
07-01-01 – Fire at Co-op Cuts Power To 2800 Units, from New York Times
07-02-01 – Connecting Dots, Linking to Roots; In Caribbean Enclaves, Dominoes Are a Summer Fixture, from New York Times
07-04-01 – Officer Who Shot Bronx Youth Is Fined and Avoids Jail Time, from New York Times
07-06-01 – Metro Briefing | New York: Bronx: Officer’s Community Service Rebuffed, from New York Times
07-08-01 – Beaten Jersey City Officer Dies After Life Support is Shut Off, from New York Times
07-09-01 – Metro Briefing | New York: Bronx: Senator’s Associate Pleads Guilty, from New York Times
07-11-01 – Ferrer Opposes Surtax Cut, Saying City Needs Revenues, from New York Times
07-26-01 – Runoff Vote After Primary in September May be Postponed, from New York Times
07-27-01 – Ferrer Envisions a New Era Of Activism by Government, from New York Times
08-02-01 – The Ad Campaign; Ferrer Accents Message With Appeals to Different Audiences, from New York Times
08-02-01 – Facing Huge Crowd on Ballots, Election Board Seeks $18 Million, from New York Times
08-03-01 – Bloomberg Ads On Daily Commute, from New York Times
08-05-01 – In Bronx Revival, Ferrer Is Credited With Only a Supporting Role, from New York Times
08-11-01 – Bloomberg Far Outspends Mayoral Rivals, from New York Times
08-12-01 – Black Leaders May Be Near Endorsement Of Ferrer, from New York Times
08-14-01 – Ailing Churchill Biographer Says He Can’t Finish Trilogy, from New York Times
08-18-01 – In Bid for Unity, Black and Hispanic Politicians Make Pledge to Back Ferrer, from New York Times
08-22-01 – Metro Briefing | New York: Manhattan: Education Parties, from New York Times
08-25-01 – Campaign Briefing | The Mayoral Race: Who Invited Him? from New York Times
08-25-01 – Campaign Briefing | The Mayoral Race: Did She Or Didn’t She? from New York Times
08-28-01 – Sharpton Endorses Ferrer in Mayoral Race, from New York Times
08-30-01 – Bloomberg Untrained for Real Crisis, Badillo Says, from New York Times
08-30-01 – Ferrer the Campaigner Offers an Old-Style Approach, from New York Times
08-30-01 – The Ad Campaign; Ferrer’s Vision of the ‘Other New York’, from New York Times
08-31-01 – Democratic Candidates Join in Attacking School Cuts, from New York Times
09-04-01 – Ferrer Assails Green Alliance With Bratton, from New York Times
09-06-01 – Courting Blacks and Latinos, Ferrer Is Walking Fine Line, from New York Times
09-07-01 – The Ad Campaign; Health, Safety and Credibility, from New York Times
09-08-01 – Campaigning for City Hall: The Strategy; In Courting Black Voters, Candidates Try Ubiquity, from New York Times
09-11-01 – Campaigning for Mayor: Mayor; Mayoral Candidates Crisscross City Seeking Last Few Votes, from New York Times
09-13-01 – After the Attacks: Alive; Entombed for a Day, Then Found, from New York Times
09-19-01 – A Nation Challenged: A New York Mosque; Afghans at Queens Mosque Split Over bin Laden, from New York Times 09-25-01 – A Nation Challenged: Rumors; As Thick as the Ash, Myths are Swirling, from New York Times
09-30-01 – Green Belittles Ferrer’s View On City’s Crisis, from New York Times
10-03-01 – Public Lives; Coming In From the Cold of Diplomatic Obscurity, from New York Times
10-03-01 – Ferrer Is Endorsed by Koch, Who Also Criticizes Green, from New York Times
10-05-01 – Teachers’ Backing Gives Ferrer Labor’s Triple Crown, from New York Times
10-14-01 – A Nation Challenged: The Air Drops; Food Falls From the Sky Over Afghanistan, Strange but Welcome, from New York Times
10-15-01 – A Nation Challenged: The Fighters; On Front Line of a Far Corner of War, Boys and Men Wait for the Americans
10-16-01 – A Nation Challenged: The Combat; A Leader of Afghan Rebels Says They Are Near a Crucial Taliban City, from New York Times
10-17-01 – A Nation Challenged: The Opposition; Rebel Leader Rejects Role For Taliban In New Regime, from New York Times
10-21-01 – A Nation Challenged: Alliances; Taliban Appeals to Northern Alliance Rebels to Join the Fight Against United States, from New York Times

10-26-01 – A Nation Challenged: Trade; On Smuggling Routes, There Are Good Taliban and Bad, from New York Times
10-29-01 – A Nation Challenged: The Bombing; U.S. Planes Bomb Taliban Artillery Near Rebel Artery, from New York Times
11-02-01 – A Nation Challenged: Front Line; Taliban’s Foes Call Bombing Poorly Aimed and Futile, from New York Times
11-03-01 – A Nation Challenged: The Afghans; Away From Taliban, Recurring Evidence Of Ethnic Harmony, from New York Times
11-04-01 – A Nation Challenged: The Alliance; Afghan Rebels Seem a Reluctant Force So Far, from New York Times
11-05-01 – A Nation Challenged: Front Line; U.S. Jets Pound Taliban Positions in Heaviest Bombing Yet, from New York Times
11-07-01 – A Nation Challenged: Northern Alliance; Afghan Rebels Assert Gains, Saying U.S. Troops Helped, from New York Times
11-08-01 – A Nation Challenged: The Ground Battle; Northern Army Says It’s Near Key Crossroad, from New York Times
11-09-01 – A Nation Challenged: Reporter’s Notebook; To the Stranger, a Wild Land, Strangely Awesome, from New York Times
11-09-01 – A Nation Challenged: The Strategy; Combat Chief Says Buildup of Forces Goes On In Region, from New York Times
11-10-01 – A Nation Challenged: Military; Afghan Rebels Report Capture Of Major City From the Taliban, from New York Times
11-11-01 – A Nation Challenged: The Offensive; With One Prize in Hand, Afghan Rebels Press On, from New York Times
11-12-01 – A Nation Challenged: The Combat; Rebel Forces Say They Have Taken a 2nd City, from New York Times
11-12-01 – A Nation Challenged: The Fighting; On One Afghan Front Line, the Rebel Tide Surges, Then Flows Back, from New York Times
11-13-01 – A Nation Challenged: Combat; Taliban Withdrawing From Kabul as Rebels Move Toward Capital, from New York Times
11-13-01 – A Nation Challenged: Liberated; In a Fallen Taliban City, a Busy, Busy Barber, from New York Times
11-14-01 – A Nation Challenged; Afghan Warfare: Taliban Trick Throws Rebels Into Retreat, from New York Times
11-15-01 – A Nation Challenged: The Holdouts; Taliban Negotiating Surrender of Kunduz, Their Last Stronghold in Afghanistan’s North, from New York Times
11-16-01 – A Nation Challenged; Talks Fail With Taliban Besieged In Kunduz, from New York Times
11-17-01 – A Nation Challenged: The Siege; Rebels Pause for Ramadan, but Vow Swift Attack on Kunduz, from New York Times
11-18-01 – Correspondence/Inside Afghanistan; In a Wasteland, Casual Brutality And Acts of Startling Kindness, from New York Times
11-18-01 – A Nation Challenged: The Siege; Foreigners Allied With Taliban Cling to a Surrounded Stronghold, from New York Times
11-19-01 – A Nation Challenged: Internecine Strife; Foes Claim Taliban Are Killing Soldiers Who Seek to Defect, from New York Times
11-21-01 – A Nation Challenged: A Battlefield; In 3-Sided Battle for Northern Town, 2 Sides at Least May Be Talking, from New York Times11-22-01 – A Nation Challenged: The Standoff; Foreign Militants Seek Safe Passage from Afghan City, from New York Times
11-23-01 – A Nation Challenged: Siege; Fierce Fighting Erupts Near Kunduz, Despite Surrender Deal, from New York Times
11-24-01 – A Nation Challenged: The Siege; Pakistanis Again Said to Evacuate Allies of Taliban, from New York Times
11-25-01 – A Nation Challenged: The Siege; Surrender of Taliban Begins at Final Northern Stronghold, from New York Times
11-26-01 – A Nation Challenged: Stronghold; Taliban Says Foes Say Kunduz is Theirs, from New York Times
11-27-01 – A Nation Challenged: Aftermath; A Deathly Peace Settles on Kunduz’s Streets, from New York Times
11-28-01 – A Nation Challenged: Taliban; After Defeat, Journey to Uncertain Fate, from New York Times
12-02-01 – A Nation Challenged: The Prisoners; Taliban Arab, Like Many, Longs for Home but Faces a Doubtful Fate, from New York Times
12-06-01 – A Nation Challenged: The American; With the Military Present, Red Cross Officials Talk to Captured U.S. Citizen, from New York Times
12-09-01 – A Nation Challenged: Graves; Under Autumn Snow, Footnotes to Village’s Sorrowful Decade, from New York Times
12-12-01 – A Nation Challenged: The Holdouts; Across Afghanistan, Taliban Soldiers Keep Up the Fight, from New York Times
12-31-01 – A Nation Challenged: Rise and Fall; The Legacy of the Taliban Is a Sad and Broken Land, from New York Times
02-06-02 – A Nation Challenged; Journalists; 3 Held and Computer Seized In Case of Missing Reporter, from New York Times
02-23-02 – A Nation Challenged: In Memoriam; At a Kabul Cemetery, British Soldiers Honor the Victims of Wars Past, from New York Times
02-24-02 – A Nation Challenged: The Search; New Clues Suggest Bin Laden is Alive on Afghan Border, from New York Times
03-07-02 – A Nation ChallengedL The Pashtuns;  A Tribe Is Prey to Vengeance After Taliban’s Fall in North, from New York Times
03-14-02 – A Nation Challenged: Prisoners; Marooned Taliban Count Out Grim Hours in an Afghan Jail, from New York Times
03-15-02 – A Nation Challenged: The Fighting; U.S. Is Studying DNA of Dead Combatants, from New York Times
03-19-02 – A Nation Challenged: The Fighting; Afghan Battle Declared Over And Successful, from New York Times
03-21-02 – A Nation Challenged: Strategy; U.S. Might Pursue Qaeda and Taliban to Pakistan Lairs, from New York Times
03-26-02 – A Nation Challenged: Interim Government; Charm and the West Keep Afghan in Power, for Now, from New York Times
03-27-02 – A Nation Challenged: Disaster; Toll in Thousands Possible as Quake Hits Afghan Town, from New York Times
03-27-02 – A Nation Challenged: Security Patrols; U.S. Forces May Keep Order In Afghanistan Countryside, from New York Times
03-28-02 – A Nation Challenged: Disaster; Afghans Grapple With Earthquake’s Toll, and Face More Misery, from New York Times
03-30-02 – A Nation Challenged: The Allies; 1,700 British Commandos Setting Up Base, from New York Times
03-31-02 – The World; The Anxiety of Postwar Afghans, from New York Times
04-02-02 – A Nation Challenged: Afghanistan; Qaeda and Taliban May Ply Pakistan’s Porous Frontier, from New York Times
04-04-02 – A Nation Challenged: Kabul; Afghans Round Up Hundreds in Plot Against Leaders, from New York Times
04-05-02 – A Nation Challenged; Afghanistan to Pay Farmers for Uprooted Poppies, from New York Times
04-05-02 – A Nation Challenged: Kabul; Afghans Free Many Seized in Reported Plot and Deny Political Aim, from New York Times
04-06-02 – A Nation Challenged: Afghanistan; U.S. Warns Of Bounties Posing Threat To Westerners, from New York Times
04-07-02 – A Nation Challenged: The Pursuit; G.I.’s Search Afghan Caves, Finding Trove Of Material, from New York Times
04-08-02 – A Nation Challenged: Afghanistan; Mass Graves Reportedly Tied To Last Days of Taliban Rule, from New York Times
04-09-02 – A Nation Challenged: Afghanistan; Bomb Kills 4 In Jalalabad But Minister Is Uninjured, from New York Times
04-10-02 – A Nation Challenged: Afghanistan; Disorders Endanger Return of Afghan Refugees From Pakistan and Iran, from New York Times
04-11-02 – A Nation Challenged: Homeless; Afghan Refugees Allowed to Pass After Poppy Farmers End Protest, from New York Times
04-12-02 – A Nation Challenged: Afghanistan; U.N. Is Expanding Its Investigation of Several Mass Graves, from New York Times
04-16-02 – A Nation Challenged: Kabul; Brick by Brick, Afghans Recycle and Rebuild City, by New York Times
04-17-02 – A Nation Challenged: Pursuir; British Commandos in a High-Altitude Operation to Hunt Taliban and Al Qaeda, from New York Times
04-18-02 – A Nation Challenged: A Former Monarch; Security Tightens Before Ex-King’s Arrival, from New York Times
04-19-02 – A Nation Challenged: A Monarch; A Symbol of Peaceful Times Touches Afghan Soil at Last, from New York Times
04-21-02 – A Nation Challenged: Kabul; British Warn of Plot to Assassinate Former Afghan King, from New York Times
04-24-02 – A Nation Challenged: Manhunt; Pakistanis Say U.S. Is Allowed In Border Area, from New York Times
04-28-02 – A Nation Challenged: Border Operations; Pakistanis Say Americans Joined Their Troops in Raids on Tribal Regions, from New York Times
05-02-02 – In Afghan War, Top Exiles Printed Themselves a Fortune, from New York Times
06-01-02 – Pakistani President at the Fulcrum of Crisis, from New York Times
06-02-02 – On Kashmir Line, Pakistanis Wait, With Few Illusions, from New York Times
06-09-02 – Kashmiri Militants Angry at Being Blocked From India, from New York Times
06-13-02 – Traces of Terror: The Dragnet; Pakistan Holds Terror Suspects; Cites U.S. Ties, from New York Times
06-15-02 – Pressure on Musharraf: Anti-West Forces Brew, from New York Times
06-18-02 – Traces of Terror: Captives; Pakistan Declares It Captured 2 Americans at Afghan Border, from New York Times
06-19-02 – 2 Americans Detained in Pakistan Near Afghan Border Had No Ties to Terror, U.S. Says, from New York Times
06-27-02 – 10 Pakistani Soldiers Die Trying to Catch Qaeda Suspects, from New York Times
06-29-02 – Qaeda Fighters Still on the Run After Killings Of Pakistanis, from New York Times
07-03-02 – Al Qaeda Paid For Car Bomb At U.S. Office, Pakistani Says, from New York Times
07-04-02 – 3 Pakistanis Die Battling Group Linked To Al Qaeda, from New York Times
07-05-02 – As Pakistani’s Popularity Slides, ‘Busharraf’ Is a Figure of Ridicule, from New York Times
07-07-02 – Afghan Official Is Assassinated; Blow to Karzai, from New York Times
07-08-02 – Afghan Killing May Be Linked to Drug Trade, from New York Times
07-14-02 – F.B.I. and Military Unite in Pakistan to Hunt al Qaeda, from New York Times
 07-15-02 – 4 in Pearl Murder are Found Guilty in Pakistan Court, from New York Times
07-21-02 – July 14-20: Front Lines; 4 Guilty in Pearl Case. from New York Times
07-21-02 – Flaws in U.S. Air War Left Hundreds of Civilians Dead, from New York Times
09-08-02 – War of Secrets; Bin Laden’s Guys Have Cloaks and Daggers, Too, from New York Times
09-10-02 – Threats and Responses: Slippery Foe; Qaeda Fighters Said to Return to Afghanistan, from New York Times
09-15-02 – Sept. 8-14: International; Al Qaeda Creeps Back In, from New York Times
11-07-02 – Threats and Responses: The Opposition; Iraqi Kurds Set Sights On Baghdad, from New York Times
11-17-02 – Turkey Turns To Moderate In Islamic Party As New Premier, from New York Times
11-18-02 – Attempted Hijacking Foiled Aboard an Israeli Airliner, from New York Times
11-19-02 – World Briefing | Europe: Turkey: New Leader Delays Cyprus Deal, from New York Times
11-19-02 – Thwarted Hijacker Sought Crash in Tel Aviv, Turks Say, from New York Times
11-23-02 – Threats and Responses: The Kurds; Turks, Fearing Flow of Refugees Plan Move Into Iraq if War Comes
11-24-02 – The World: Now Playing in Turkey; Can Islamists Run a Democracy? from New York Times
11-29-02 – Threats and Responses: Commerce; Kurds Say a Turkish Crackdown on an Illegal Fuel Trade With Iraq Is Aimed at Them, from New York Times
11-29-02 – Terror in Africa: The Attacks; 12 Die as Israelis Are Attacked in Kenya, from New York Times
11-30-02 – Terror in Africa: Attacks in Mombasa; Kenyans Hunting Clues to Bombing; Toll Rises to 13, from New York Times
11-30-02 – Terror in Africa: At the Site; Survivor Saw Bombers’ Race to Death, from New York Times
12-01-02 – For Kenya’s Muslims, Resentments Local and International, from New York Times
12-02-02 – Terror in Africa The Investigation; Witnesses Describe Their Glimpses of Suspects in Attacks in Kenya, from New York Times
12-03-02 – Terror in Africa: Tourism; It’s Business Almost as Usual at Mombasa’s Beach Resorts, from New York Times
12-04-02 – Threats and Responses: East Africa; Kenya’s Porous Border Lies Open to Arms Smugglers, from New York Times
12-10-02 – Threats and Responses: Diplomacy; Crosswinds Over Turkey: Will Europe Balk Again?, from New York Times
12-13-02 – Turks Look West; Will It Look Away? from New York Times
12-14-02 – Turks Denounce Europe Snub but Then Soften Tone, from New York Times
12-21-02 – Threats and Responses: On Iraq’s Border; U.S. Demands for Help Roil Turkey’s Government, from New York Times
12-25-02 – Bethlehem Gets Christmas Respite With Israel Army Out of Sight, from New York Times
12-26-02 – Threats and Responses: Germ Wars; Israel Will Expand Its Smallpox Vaccinations, but Not to Everyone, from New York Times
12-27-02 – Israeli Raids Kill at Least 8 Palestinians, from New York Times
12-28-02 – Gunmen Kill 4 Inside Yeshiva In West Bank, from New York Times
12-29-02 – December 22-28: International: Targeted Killings, from New York Times
12-30-02 – With West Bank Stones and Gunfire, Another Child Dies, from New York Times
01-01-03 – Sharon Fires Official Linked to a Party Scandal, from New York Times
01-02-03 – Hebron Residents Describe An Israeli Reign of Beatings, from New York Times
01-03-03 – Threats and Responses: Civil Defense; For Israeli Schoolchildren, Lessons in Gas Masks as Well as Geography, from New York Times
01-06-03 – Israel, as Conflict Looms, Tests a Missile Shield, from New York Times
01-06-03 – Pair of Bombers Kill 23 in Israel; Reprisals Begin, from New York Times
01-08-03 – In Hunt for Guns in Gaza, Israelis Kill 3 Palestinians, from New York Times
01-10-03 – Israel’s High Court Reinstates Candidacy of 2 Israeli Arabs, from New York Times
01-12-03 – January 5-11: International: Two Attacks in Israel, from New York Times
01-12-03 – A Political Limbo Tests Arafat’s Fortitude, from New York Times
 01-13-03 – Nine Palestinians And Two Israelis Die in Day of Fury, from New York Times
01-18-03 – Threats and Responses: Regional Diplomacy; Turkey Calls a Regional Meeting To Try to Head Off an Iraq War, from New York Times
01-19-03 – January 12-18: International; 11 Killed in Israel, from New York Times
01-21-03 – Threats and Responses: War Preparations; Turkey to Allow U.S. to Use Bases Under a Smaller Plan, from New York Times
01-25-03 – Threats and Responses: Military; In Iraqi No-Flight Zones, 12 Years of Containment May End in Bombardment
02-01-03 – Threats and Responses: Allies; A Sign That U.S. Military May Use Turkey as a Base, from New York Times
02-04-03 – World Briefing | Europe: Turkey: Leader To Run For Parliament, from New York Times
02-04-03 – Threats and Responses: Turkey; Ankara Parliament Expected to Take Up U.S. Troop Issue, from New York Times
02-05-03 – Threats and Responses: An Ally’s Bases; Top Politician Indicates Turkey May Join U.S. Effort Against Iraq, from New York Times
02-06-03 – Threats and Responses: Instanbul; Turkey Backs United States Plans for IraqNew York Times
02-07-03 – Threats and Responses: Northern Iraq; U.S. in Talks on Allowing Turkey To Occupy a Kurdish Area in Iraq, from New York Times
02-09-03 – February 2-8: International; Turkey Agrees, from New York Times
02-18-03 – Threats and Responses: Allies; Proposal by Turkey Stalls U.S. Bid to Use Its Bases, from New York Times
02-19-03 – Threats and Responses: Bargaining; Turkey Demands $32 Billion U.S. Aid Package if It Is to Take Part in a War on Iraq, from New York Times
02-20-03 – Threats and Pressures: White House; U.S. is Pessimistic Turks Will Accept Aid Deal on Iraq, from New York Times
02-21-03 – Threats and Responses: News Analysis; Turkey Assesses Question Of Kurds, from New York Times
02-23-03 – February 16-22; A Crucial Nod From Turkey, from New York Times
02-24-03 – Threats and Responses: Ankara; Turkey Expected to Vote On G.I. Presence Tuesday, from New York Times
02-25-03 – Threats and Responses: Istanbul; Turkey’s Cabinet Approves Plan, With Details Lacking, for U.S. Troops, from New York Times
02-26-03 – Threats and Responses: Istanbul; Turkish Parliament Is Asked to Approve U.S. Troops, from New York Times
02-27-03 – Threats and Responses: Ankara; Turkish Lawmakers Tugged By Their Public and the U.S., from New York Times
03-02-03 – Threats and Responses: Ankara; Turkish Deputies Refuse to Accept American Troops, from New York Times
03-03-03 – Threats and Responses: The Turks; Turkey Will Seek a Second Decision on a G.I. Presence, from New York Times
03-04-03 – Threats and Responses: Ankara; Turkey Needs Week or More To Reconsider U.S. Request, from New York Times
03-05-03 – Threats and Responses: Turkey; In Defeat of U.S. Plan, Turks See a Victory for Democracy, from New York Times
03-06-03 – Threats and Responses: Northern Front; Turkish Military Backs Role in U.S. Drive on Iraq, from New York Times
03-10-03 – Threats and Responses: Turkey; Once Banned, a Turkish Leader Is Elected and Revives U.S. Hopes for Access, from New York Times
03-12-03 – Threats and Responses: Turkey; Erdogan, Turkish Party Leader, to Form Government as U.S. Presses for Use of Bases, from New York Times
03-16-03 – March 9-15: International: A New Leader, a New Vote? from New York Times
03-22-03 – A Nation at War:The Scene ; Muted Joy as Troops Capture an Iraqi Town, from New York Times
03-23-03 – A Nation at War: Southern Front; As Many Iraqis Give Up, Some Fiercely Resist, from New York Times
03-24-03 – A Nation at War: Southern Front; Eyes on Capital, U.S. Troops Flow Past the South, from New York Times
03-25-03 – A Nation at War: The Southern Front; Marines, Battling in Streets, Seek Control of City in South, from New York Times
03-27-03 – A Nation at War: In the Field | The Marines; Iraqi Soldiers Say It Was Fight or Die, from New York Times
03-28-03 – A Nation at War: In the Field | Centra Iraq; Endless Supply Convoy Is Frustrated Endlessly, from New York Times
03-29-03 – A Nation at War: In the Field | Marines; Either Take a Shot Or Take a Chance, from New York Times
03-31-03 – A Nation at War: In the Field | Civilians; U.S. Troops Meet Iraqis Peacefully, from New York Times
03-31-03 – A Nation at War: In the Field | Choosing Targets; Iraqi Fighters Or Civilians? Hard Decision For Copters, from New York Times

04-01-03 – A Nation at War: In the Field | First Marine Division; Marines Move Into ‘Bad Guy’ Land, from New York Times
04-02-03 – A Nation at War: In the Field | First Marine Division; Onward Toward the Tigris, With Iraq’s Capital in Mind, from New York Times
04-03-03 – A Nation at War: In the Field | First Marine Division; U.S. Force Crosses Tigris, Wondering Where Republican Guard Went, from New York Times
04-04-03 – A Nation at War: In the Field | First Marine Division; Marines Cruising To Baghdad, from New York Times
04-05-03 – A Nation at War: In the Field | First Marine Division; Little Resistance Encountered as Troops Reach Baghdad, from New York Times
04-06-03 – A Nation at War: In the Field | First Marine Division; Urban War Begins: ‘It Was Real Scary’, from New York Times
04-07-03 – A Nation at War: In the Field | First Marine Division; Bad Roads Frustrate Plan For Noose Around Baghdad As Prelude to Final Push, from New York Times
04-08-03 – A Nation at War: In the Field | First Marine Division; Warm Welcome and Stubborn Resistance for Marines, from New York Times
04-09-03 – A Nation at War: In the Field | First Marine Division; Some Iraqis Are Grateful, But Still Wary of U.S. Plans, from New York Times
04-10-03 – A Nation at War: Baghdad; People Rise As Icons Of Nation Fall Down, from New York Times
04-11-03 – A Nation at War: The Fugitive; Marines Attack Baghdad Mosque Said to Have Been Visited by Hussein, but Prey Slips Away, from New York Times
04-12-03 – A Nation at War: Iraqi Capital; In Baghdad, Free of Hussein, a Day of Mayhem, from New York Times
04-13-03 – A Nation at War: Marines; U.S. Troops Move to Restore order in Edgy Baghdad, from New York Times
04-14-03 – A Nation at War: Combat; U.S. Troops Poised to Oust Loyalists in Northern City, from New York Times
04-14-03 – A Nation at War: Freedom; Marines Discover 7 P.O.W.’s in Town North of Baghdad, from New York Times
04-15-03 – A Nation at War: Tikrit; In Hometown, Hussein’s Glory Is Quickly Gone, from New York Times
04-17-03 – A Nation at War: The Reaction; An Art Center Left in Ashes, from New York Times
04-19-03 – A Nation at War: Casualties; For Family in Iraq, 3 Deaths From a Moment of Confusion, from New York Times
04-21-03 – Aftereffects: Brutality; Iraqis Confront Memories in a Place of Torture, from New York Times
04-26-03 – Aftereffects: Politics; Iraq’s Revived Communists Appeal to the Masses, a Bit Uncertainly, from New York Times
04-27-03 – Aftereffects: Medical Care; In a Functioning Hospital, Scenes of Chaos and Horror, from New York Times
04-28-03 – Aftereffects: Hometown; Hussein Birthplace Uneasy On the Eve of His Birthday, from New York Times
04-30-03 – Aftereffects: Manhunt; In the Search for Hussein, a Mission Is Mysteriously Scrubbed After an Intriguing Tip, from New York Times
05-03-03 – Aftereffects: A Nation’s Future; U.S. Is Now in Battle for Peace After Winning the War in Iraq, from New York Times
05-06-03 – Aftereffects: Presidential Theft; Bank Official Says Hussein’s Son Took $1 Billion in Cash, from New York Times

06-10-03 – World Briefing | Europe: Georgia: Talks With Kidnappers, from New York Times
06-12-03 – Kidnappers in Separatist Georgian Region Free 4 U.N. Workers, from New York Times
06-15-03 – U.S. Entangled in Mystery of Georgia’s Islamic Fighters, from New York Times
06-17-03 – World Briefing | Europe: Georgia: Radioactive Material Found In Taxi, from New York Times
06-20-03 – World Briefing | Europe: Turkey: Parliament Backs Reforms, from New York Times
06-24-03 – Istanbul Journal; Europe’s on Notice: Don’t Mess With Our Lunch, from New York Times
07-01-03 – World Briefing | Europe: Turkey: Reform Vetoed, from New York Times
07-06-03 – Turkey Says U.S. Has Detained Some of Its Soldiers in North Iraq, from New York Times
07-07-03 – Turkey Says U.S. Has Agreed to Free 11 Soldiers Suspected in Plot to Kill Kurdish Aide, from New York Times
07-13-03 – ‘Honor Killings’ Defy Turkish Efforts to End Them, from New York Times
07-15-03 – After the War: Frontier; Conflict on Iraq-Syria Border Feeds Rage Against the U.S., from New York Times
07-18-03 – Shutting Doors in Syria May Not End Militants’ Attacks, from New York Times
07-19-03 – World Briefing | Europe: Turkey: President Ratifies Reform, from New York Times
07-21-03 – After the War; Turkey Says U.S. Wants It to Send Troops to Iraq, from New York Times
07-23-03 – Letters from the Middle East; With U.S. in Neighborhood, Syria Eases Its Grip, from New York Times
07-26-03 – After the War: Sons; Hussein Bodies Shown to Skeptical Iraqis, from New York Times
07-29-03 – After the War: New Attack; Humvee Is Bombed on a Baghdad Street, Killing a Soldier, from New York Times
07-30-03 – After the War: Iraq; Pursuing Hussein, U.S. Captures 175 In Dozens of Raids, from New York Times
08-03-03 – After the War: Uday and Qusay; At Funeral for Hussein Sons, A Call for ‘Death to America’, from New York Times
08-05-03 – After the War: Tikrit; Hunt for Hussein, Centered on Hometown, Pares Network That Hides Him, G.I.’s Say
08-06-03 – After the War: Attacks; U.S. Civilian Killed in Blast Near Tikrit, from New York Times
08-08-03 – After the War: Iraq; 11 Die in Baghdad as Car Bomb Hits Jordan’s Embassy, from New York Times
08-10-03 – After the War: Covert Operations; U.S. Moved to Undermine Iraqi Military Before War, from New York Times
08-12-03 – Iraqis Name Team to Devise Way to Draft Constitution, from New York Times
08-20-03 – After the War: Truck Bombing; Huge Suicide Blast Demolishes U.N. Headquarters in Baghdad; Top Aid Officials Among 17 Dead, from New York Times
08-21-03 – After the War: The Occupation; U.S. Official Tells Iraqis To Assert More Authority, from New York Times
08-22-03 – After the War: The Attack; Inquiry in U.N. Bombing Focuses On Possible Ties to Iraqi Guards, from New York Times
 08-24-03 – After the War: The Reconstruction; Chaos and Calm Are 2 Realities For U.S. in Iraq, from New York Times
08-25-03 – After the War: Security; U.S. to Send Iraqis To Site in Hungary For Police Course, from New York Times
08-30-03 – After the War: News Analysis; Death and Hesitation, from New York Times
08-31-03 – After the War: Security; U.S. and the Iraqis Discuss Creating Big Militia Force, from New York Times
09-02-03 – After the War: Baghdad; Iraq Council Picks a Cabinet to Run a Key State Affairs, from New York Times
09-04-03 – The Struggle for Iraq: Iraq’s Streets; A Jog in Baghdad Offers Lessons About Life in a War Zone, from New York Times
09-05-03 – The Struggle for Iraq: Troop Levels; Rumsfeld Eager For More Iraqis To Keep Peace, from New York Times
09-06-03 – The Struggle for Iraq: Manhunt; Searching for Hussein: G.I.’s, Kurds and Iraqis Are Split on Technique, from New York Times
09-07-03 – The World: A Bedeviled Occupation; For a Bleak Horizon, Rose-Tinted Glasses, from New York Times
09-19-03 – The Struggle for Iraq: The Next Phase; 2 U.S. Fronts: Quick Wars, but Bloody Peace, from New York Times
10-24-03 – Kurds Are Finally Heard: Turkey Burned Our Villages, from New York Times
10-27-03 – The Struggle for Iraq: Insurgency; Series of Blasts Across Baghdad Kill at Least 15, from New York Times
10-28-03 – The Struggle for Iraq: Insurgency; Suicide Bombers in Baghdad Kill at Least 34, from New York Times
10-28-03 – The Struggle for Iraq: ; Explosions In Distance, Then Bodies And Gore, from New York Times
11-02-03 – The Struggle for Iraq: Occupation; G.I.’s Double Life in Iraq: Win Friends, Fight Foes, from New York Times
11-04-03 – The Struggle for Iraq: Occupation; In Die-Hard City, G.I.’s are Enemy, from New York Times
11-05-03 – The Struggle for Iraq: The Occupation; 3 Blasts Seem Aimed at U.S. Compound, from New York Times
11-08-03 – 6 Americans Die in Copter Crash is Hussein’s City, from New York Times
11-13-03 – The Struggle for Iraq: New Tactics; U.S. Mounts Fierce Air Battle Against Suspected Guerrilla Targets in Baghdad, from New York Times
11-14-03 – The Struggle for Iraq: The Military; Air Raid Sends Iraqis Message, But What Is It? from New York Times
 11-16-03 – The Struggle for Iraq: Casualties; At Least 17 Dead as 2 U.S. Copters Collide Over Iraq, from New York Times
11-16-03 – The Struggle for Iraq: The Reconstruction; Militants Are Holding Back Recovery in Central Iraq, from New York Times
11-16-03 – 20 in Istanbul Die in Bombings At Synagogues, from New York Times
11-17-03 – The Struggle for Iraq: Military; Over Baghdad: Wary Targets, Yet Confident, from New York Times
11-18-03 – The Struggle for Iraq; Troops; A U.S. General Speeds the Shift In an Iraqi City, from New York Times
11-20-03 – The Struggle for Iraq: The Insurgency; U.S. Offers $10 Million To Stop or Kill Hussein Aide, from New York Times
11-21-03 – A Region Inflamed: Local Government; Attack on Sheik Is Blow to City That Has Plan for Iraqi Police, from New York Times
11-23-03 – A Region Inflamed: The Insurgency; Bombers Kill 14 in Iraq; Missile Hits Civilian Plane, from New York Times
11-24-03 – A Region Inflamed: Casualties; 2 G.I.’s, Throats Slashed, Found Dead After Rock-Throwing Attack on Car in Northern City, from New York Times
11-25-03 – A Region Inflamed: Casualties; Revising Report, Army Denies Throats of 2 G.I.’s Were Cut, from New York Times
 11-27-03 – A Region Inflamed: Northern Iraq; Attacks on G.I.’s in Mosul Rise as Good Will Fades, from New York Times
11-30-03 – The Struggle for Iraq: Insurgency; 7 Spanish Agents and 2 Japanese Are Slain in Iraq, from New York Times
12-02-03 – U.S. Sees Lessons for Insurgents in an Iraq Battle, from New York Times
 12-03-03 – A Region Inflamed: The Fugitive; After Raids, U.S. Denies Capturing Hussein Aide, from New York Times
12-07-03 – A Region Inflamed: Strategy; Tough New Tactics by U.S. Tighten Grip on Iraq Towns, from New York Times
12-20-03 – The Struggle for Iraq: Rebel Target; Yes, Convoy Was Attacked, Bremer Says, from New York Times
12-22-03 – Military in Iraq Is Warned Of Attacks During Holidays, from New York Times
02-01-04 – 3 G.I.’s Among 12 Killed in Bombings in Iraq, from New York Times
02-03-04 – The Struggle for Iraq: Iraqi Self-Rule; Panel Starts To Draw Up Constitution For Short Run
02-06-04 – Attempt to Kill Iraqi Ayatollah Reported, from New York Times
02-08-04 – The Struggle for Iraq: Reconustruction; U.N. Team Arrives in Iraq To Study Plans For Elections, from New York Times
02-09-04 – The Struggle for Iraq: Intelligence; U.S. Says Files Seek Qaeda Aid In Iraq Conflict, from New York Times
02-13-04 – The Struggle for Iraq: Violence; New Targets: Attackers Shift Their Sights to the Iraqis, from New York Times
02-13-04 – The Struggle for Iraq: Insurgents; U.S. General Unharmed in Iraqi Rebel Attack, from New York Times
02-15-04 – The Struggle for Iraq: Insurgents; 25 Slain and 40 Wounded in Iraq As Raid on Police Frees Prisoners
02-15-04 – The Strruggle for Iraq: Politics; ‘Liberty or Death’ Is a Grim Option for the Local Councils in Iraq’s Young Democracy, from New York Times
02-17-04 – The Struggle for Iraq: Reconstruction; U.S. Envoy Promotes Role of Iraqi Women, from New York Times
02-18-04 – Shiite Vote Plan Would Exclude ‘Sunni Triangle’, from New York Times
02-19-04 – The Struggle for Iraq: Insurgency; Truck Bombs Kill 11 Iraqis At Army Base Run by Poles, from New York Times
 02-20-14 – Pending Vote, Some Iraqis See Larger Council, from New York Times
02-21-04 – Iraqi Kurdish Leaders Resist as the U.S. Presses Them to Moderate Their Demands, from New York Times
02-23-04 – Iraqis Say Deal On U.S. Troops Must Be Put Off, from New York Times
02-27-04 – Iraqi Ayatollah Insists On Vote by End of Year, from New York Times
02-28-04 – The Struggle for Iraq: Reconstruction; Iraqi Council Weighs Return of Jews, Rejecting It So Far, from New York Times
02-28-04 – The Struggle for Iraq: The Constitution; Iraqi Women 1, Islamists 0, from New York Times
02-29-04 – Iraqi Leaders Miss Deadline For an Interim Constitution, from New York Times
03-01-04 – Iraqi Leadership Gains Agreement on Constitution, from New York Times
03-01-04 – Sunni Clerics Call for End to Attacks on Iraqis, from New York Times
03-02-04 – Iraqis Receive U.S. Approval Of Constitution, from New York Times
03-04-04 – A Region Inflamed: Security; Other Attacks Averted in Iraq, A General Says, from New York Times
03-06-04 – The Struggle for Iraq: Politics; Iraqi Shiites, in Setback to U.S., Fail to Sign Temporary Charter, from New York Times
03-07-04 – The Struggle for Iraq: Politics; Shiites Hold Intense Talks Over Impasse On Charter, from New York Times
03-08-04 – Top Shiites Drop Their Resistance to Iraqi Charter, from New York Times
03-09-04 – Iraq Council, With Reluctant Shiites, Signs Charter, from New York Times
03-15-04 – Some Iraqi Leaders Now Balk at Giving U.N. a Big Role, from New York Times
03-18-04 – The Struggle for Iraq: Government; Iraq Council, Shifting Stance, Invites the U.N. to Aid Transfer, from New York Times
03-18-04 – The Struggle for Iraq: The Attack; Car Bomb at Baghdad Hotel Leaves at Least 27 Dead, from New York Times
03-24-04 – 11 Iraqi Police Officers Are Killed by Gunmen, from New York Times
03-26-04 – The Struggle for Iraq: Leadership; Chalabi, Nimble Exile, Searches for Role in Iraq, from New York Times
 03-27-04 – Up to 16 Die in Gun Battles in Sunni Areas of Iraq, from New York Times
05-03-04 – The Struggle for Iraq: Combat; Hostage Is Free; 9 G.I.’s Killed In Iraq Attacks, from New York Times
05-04-04 – The Struggle for Iraq: Punishment; Army Punishes 7 with Reprimands For Prison Abuse, from New York Times
05-04-04 – The Struggle for Iraq: Falluja; The General In Charge Of Iraqi Force Is Replaced, from New York TImes
05-05-04 – The Struggle for Iraq: The Warden; General Will Trim Inmate Numbers at Iraq Prison, from New York Times
05-06-04 – The Struggle for Iraq: The Commanders; A Prison Tour With Apologetic Generals, from New York Times
05-07-04 – The Struggle for Iraq: The Military; U.S. Forces Move on Outskirts Of Najaf, Installing a Governor, from New York Times
05-09-04 – The Struggle for Iraq: The Military; In Abuse, a Portrayal of Ill-Prepared, Overwhelmed G.I.’s, from New York Times
05-09-04 – The Struggle for Iraq: Abu Ghraib; Prison Chief Defends Using M.P.’s to Help Interrogators, from New York Times
05-10-04 – The Struggle for Iraq: Prosecution; First Trial Set to Begin May 19 in Abuse in Iraq, from New York Times
05-12-04 – The Struggle for Iraq: The Military; U.S. Strikes Mosque Held by Iraqi Cleric’s Militia, from New York Times
05-12-04 – The Struggle for Iraq: Revenge Killing; Iraq Tape Shows the Decapitation of an American, from New York Times
05-13-04 – The Struggle for Iraq: Peace Efforts; Shiite Leaders Reporting Progress in Talks on Najaf, But the Fiery Cleric Balks, from New York Times
05-13-04 – The Struggle for Iraq: The Prosecution; A Soldier Charged in the Abuse Scandal Is Moved Away From Others, from New York Times
05-18-04 – The Struggle for Iraq: Nerve Agent; Army Discovers Old Iraqi Shell Holding Sarin, Illicit Weapon, from New York Times
05-20-04 – The Struggle for Iraq: The Military; Disputed Strike By U.S. Leaves 40 Iraqis Dead, from New York Times
05-20-04 – The Struggle for Iraq: The Court-Martial; G.I. Pleads Guilty in Court-Martial for Iraqis’ Abuse, from New York Times
05-21-04 – The Struggle for Iraq: Ransacking; Iraqis and G.I.’s Raid the Offices of an Ex-Favorite, from New York Times
05-23-04 – The Struggle for Iraq: Raid; U.S. Says It Has Arms From Site of Attack, from New York Times
05-25-04 – The Struggle for Iraq: Security; Failing to Disband Militias, U.S. Moves to Accept Them, from New York Times
05-25-04 – The Struggle for Iraq: Baghdad; 2 British Civilians Killed in a Grenade Attack Near the American Compound, from New York Times
05-26-04 – The Struggle for Iraq: Baghdad; A Routine Burst of Chaos Leaves a G.I. Wounded, from New York Times
05-27-04 – The Struggle for Iraq: Karbala; Two Shrines Intact, but U.S Reputation Is Marred After Clashes With Rebels, from New York Times
05-28-04 – The Struggle for Iraq: Insurgency; Agreement by U.S. and Rebels to End Fighting in Najaf, from New York Times
05-29-04 – The Struggle for Iraq: Politics; Exile with Ties to C.I.A. is Named Premier of Iraq, from New York Times
05-30-04 – The Reach of War: Transfer of Power; Deadlock Seen On Presidency In Iraqi Talks, from New York Times
05-31-04 – The Reach of War: New Government; A Worn Road For U.N. Aide, from New York Times
06-01-04 – The Reach of War: The Transition; After a Flurry of Negotiations, a Leading Candidate Emerges for the Presidency of Iraq, from New York Times
06-02-04 – The Reach of War: Politics; New Government is Formed in Iraq as Attacks Go On, from New York Times
06-03-04 – The Reach of War: Politics; U.N. Envoy Wants New Iraq Government to Court Foes of Occupation, from New York Times
06-05-04 – The Reach of War: Address to Iraqis; U.S. Troops Needed, Iraq’s New Premier Says, from New York Times
06-06-04 – The Reach of War: Insurgency; Fighters Loyal to Radical Cleric Start Pullout From 2 Iraq Cities, from New York Times
06-08-04 – The Reach of War: Armed Groups; 9 Iraqi Militias Are Said to Approve a Deal to Disband, from New York Times
06-09-04 – The Reach of War: Constitution; Kurds Threaten To Walk Away From Iraqi State, from New York Times
06-10-04 – The Reach of War: Politics; Iraqi Leader Says He’ll Respect Kurd Desire for Autonomy, at Least for Now, from New York Times
06-13-04 – The Struggle for Iraq: The New Government; Iraqis Start to Exercise Power Even Before Date for Turnover, from New York Times
06-20-04 – The Reach of War: Northern Iraq; Kurds Advancing to Reclaim Land in Northern Iraq, from New York Times
06-21-04 – The Reach of War: Security; Iraq Government Consider Using Emergency Rule, from New York Times
06-25-04 – The Reach of War: Abuse; Testimony Ties Key Officer To Concealing of Iraqi Death, from New York Times
06-27-04 – The Reach of War: The Military; Biggest Task for U.S. General Is Training Iraqis to Fight Iraqis, from New York Times
06-27-04 – The World: Flashbacks; A Correspondent in Iraq: Scenes of Hope and Dread, from New York Times
06-29-04 – Transition in Iraq: The Turnover; U.S. Transfers Power to Iraq 2 Days Early, from New York Times
07-02-04 – The Reach of War: The Reaction; Iraqis Joyful, or Stung, to See Ex-Ruler in Dock, from New York Times
07-04-04 – Page Two: June 27-July 3; Sort of Sovereign, from New York Times
07-08-04 – The Reach of War: Insurgents; Falluja Pullout Left Haven Of Insurgents, Officials Say, from New York Times
07-11-04 – A Tough Guy Tries to Tame Iraq, from New York Times
08-09-04 – The Reach of War: Fall From Grace; Iraqis Ordering Chalabi Arrest; He Vows Fight, from New York Times
08-10-04 – The Reach of War: Charges and Countercharges; Chalabi Links U.S. to Charges Against Him and His Nephew, from New York Times
08-11-04 – Bombs Kill 2 In Istanbul; Kurdish Rebels Suspected, from New York Times
08-23-04 – The Reach of War: Hostages; Reporter Freed As Rebel Cleric Brokers a Deal, from New York Times
08-25-04 – The Reach of War: The Insurgents; Rebel Iraqi Cleric Is Told To Give Up or Face Attack, from New York Times
08-26-04 – The Reach of War: Return to Iraq; Ayatollah Calls for Rally to End Fighting in Najaf, from New York Times
08-27-04 – The Reach of War: The Insurgents; Tentative Accord Reached in Najaf to Halt Fighting, from New York Times
08-28-04 – The Reach of War: Guerrillas; Insurgents Quit Mosque in Najaf After Peace Deal, from New York Times
08-29-04 – The World; The Riddle of Najaf: Who Won? from New York Times
08-29-04 – The Reach of War: Najaf; Residents of a Shattered City Begin to Pick Up Its Pieces, from New York Times
09-01-04 – Talks to Disarm Rebel Shiites Collapse in Iraq, from New York Times
09-03-04 – Militia Leaders Charging Betrayal by Iraqi Premier, from New York Times
09-03-04 – French Reporters Moved; 3 Turks Killed, from New York Times
09-05-04 – One by One, Iraq Cities Become No-Go Zones, from New York Times
09-06-04 – Claims About Capture of Top Hussein Aide are Disputed, from New York Times
09-07-04 – The Reach of War: Intelligence; General Says Less Coercion of Captives Yields Better Data, from New York Times
 09-08-04 – Battles in Baghdad Slum Leave 40 Iraqis and a G.I. Dead, from New York Times
09-09-04 – Group Linked to al Qaeda Says it Seized Italian Women, from New York Times
09-10-04 – American and Iraqi Forces Try to Regain Control of Sunni Strongholds, from New York Times
09-11-04 – ‘Holy Warriors’ in Samarra Reject Accord with Americans, from New York Times
09-14-04 – Raising the Pressure in Iraq, from New York Times
09-16-04 – Civilian Dead, and Bitterness: No Way to Bridge the Rage? from New York Times
09-19-04 – U.S. Plans Year-End Drive to Take Iraqi Rebel Areas, from New York Times
09-20-04 – Effort to Train New Iraqi Army is Facing Delays, from New York Times
09-23-04 – The Reach of War: Politics; Top Shiite Cleric is Said to Fear Voting in Iraq May be Delayed, from New York Times
09-24-04 – Iraqis Battle Over Control of Panel to Try Hussein, from New York Times
09-30-04 – Captive Briton in Iraq Implores Blair to Do More to Free Him, from New York Times
10-01-04 – Forces Move Against Iraqi Rebel Stronghold, from New York Times
10-01-04 – 2 Car Bombings in Iraq Kill 41, Many Children, from New York Times
10-02-04 – Aided by Iraqis, U.S. Seizes Part of Rebel Town, from New York Times
10-03-04 – Militant Cleric Considers Entry Into Iraqi Politics, from New York Times
10-04-04 – After 3-Day Fight, U.S. and Iraqi Forces Retake Samarra, from New York Times
10-08-04 – Baghdad ‘Safe Zone’ Proves Vulnerable in Hotel Attack, from New York Times
10-10-04 – Get Me Rewrite. Now. Bullets Are Flying, from New York Times
10-11-04 – Iraqis Fearing a Sunni Boycott of the Election, from New York Times
10-12-04 – Cleric’s Militia Begins to Yield Heavy Weapons, from New York Times
10-15-04 – 2 Bombers Kill 5 in Guarded Area in Baghdad, from New York Times
10-16-04 – U.S. Intensifying Bombing Attacks on Falluja Sites, from New York Times
10-17-04 – Page Two – Oct. 10-16; War Zone, from New York Times
10-18-04 – Iraqi Officials Plan to Extend Buying of Arms, from New York Times
10-18-04 – Wanted Rebel Vows Loyalty to bin Laden, Web Sites Say, from New York Times
10-19-04 – Iraqi Government’s Peace Talks with Falluja Break Off; U.S. Drive Against Rebels Expected, from New York Times
10-20-04 – The Conflict in Iraq: The Insurgents; Kidnappers Seize a Relief Official Working in Iraq, from New York Times
10-21-04 – Sunni Group is to Urge an Election Boycott Over Attacks on Falluja, from New York Times
10-22-04 – U.N. Aide Says Iraqi Elections Are on Target, from New York Times
11-06-04 – All Sides Prepare for American Attack on Falluja, from New York Times
11-08-04 – G.I.’s Open Attack to Take Falluja From Iraq Rebels, from New York Times
11-09-04 – U.S. Begins Main Assault in Falluja, Setting Off Street Fighting, from New York Times
11-09-04 – Urban Warfare Deals Harsh Challenge to Troops, from New York Times
11-10-04 – U.S.-Led Assault Marks Advances Against Falluja, from New York Times
11-10-04 – In Taking Falluja Mosque, Victory by the Inch, from New York Times
11-11-04 – Hard Lesson in Battle: 150 Marines Meet 1 Sniper, from New York Times
11-11-04 – Assault Slows, but G.I.’s Take Half of Falluja, from New York Times
11-12-04 – Black Flags Are Deadly Signals as Cornered Rebels Fight Back, from New York Times
11-13-04 – Disguised in Iraqi Uniforms, Rebels Kill a Marine, from New York Times
11-13-04 – U.S. Troops Set for Final Attacks on Falluja Force. from New York Times
11-14-04 – Will Meets Resistance in Deadly Logic of War, from New York Times
11-14-04 – U.S. Armored Forces Blast Their Way Into Rebel Nest in Falluja, from New York Times
11-15-04 – What the Rebels Left Behind: Arms, Grime, Death Lists, from New York Times
11-15-04 – Rebels Routed in Falluja; Fighting Spreads Elsewhere in Iraq, from New York Times
11-16-04 – In City’s Ruins, Military Faces New Mission: Building Trust, from New York Times
11-21-04 – In Falluja, Young Marines Saw the Savagery of an Urban War, from New York Times
01-06-05 – Amid Tensions, Iraqi Leaders Affirms Jan. 30 Vote Plan, from New York Times
01-07-05 – Some Iraq Areas Unsafe for Vote, U.S. General Says, from New York Times
01-12-05 – Allawi Calls Pockets of Iraq Too Perilous for Voters, from New York Times
01-16-05 – When the Price for Speaking Out is Death, from New York Times
01-16-05 – Rising Violence and Fear Drive Iraq Campaigners Underground, from New York Times
01-22-05 – Mystery in Iraq as $300 Million is Taken Abroad, from New York Times
01-24-05 – Shiites in Iraq Say Government will be Secular, from New York Times
01-26-05 – Insurgents Vowing to Kill Iraqi Who Brave the Polls on Sunday, from New York Times
01-27-05 – 31 Americans Die as Marine Copter Goes Down in Iraq, from New York Times
01-29-05 – Shiite Faction Ready to Shun Sunday’s Election in Iraq, from New York Times
01-30-05 – Iraqis Vote Amid Tight Security and Scattered Attacks, from New York Times
<01-30-05 – The Iraqi Election: The Process; The Vote, and Democracy Itself, Leave Anxious Iraqis Divided, from New York Times
01-31-05 – Defying Threats, Millions of Iraqis Flock to Polls, from New York Times
01-31-05 – In a Shiite Neighborhood, Residents Brave Explosions, from New York Times
02-01-05 – Election Over, Iraqi Shiites Confront Internal Rivals, from New York Times
02-03-05 – Low Voting Rate Risks Isolation for Sunni IraqisNew York Times
02-04-05 – Shiite Coalition Takes a Big Lead in Early Vote Count in Iraq, from New York Times
02-06-05 – Suddenly, It’s ‘America Who?’ from New York Times
02-10-05 – Shiite Offers Secular Vision of Iraq Future, from New York Times
02-13-05 – Iraqi Exile Sees His Prospects on Rise Again, from New York Times
02-14-05 – Split Verdict in Iraqi Vote Sets Stage for Weak Government, from New York Times
02-16-05 – Race for Top Iraq Post Narrows to 2 Shiites, from New York Times
02-17-05 – Italian Hostage Pleads on Tape for Foreigners to Leave Iraq, from New York Times
02-20-05 – Suicide Bombers Aim at a Shiite Holy Day in Iraq, from New York Times
02-23-05 – Shiites in Iraq Back Islamist to be Premier, from New York Times
03-15-05 – Tortuous Trail: From a Bombing in Iraq to Fury at a Family in Jordan, from New York Times
03-19-05 – Talks in Lebanon Stall, Threatening Election, from New York Times
03-22-05 – Banner Days for the Lebanese (Ask the Flag Makers), from New York Times
03-27-05 – What Set Loose the Voice of the People, from New York Times
03-27-05 – Bomb in Christian Area of Beirut Kills 5, from New York Times
03-30-05 – Pro-Syrian Premier Expected to Resign in Lebanon Today, from New York Times
04-04-05 – Syrians Promise to Quit Lebanon by Month’s End, from New York Times
04-04-05 – Families Yearn for News of Syria’s Lebanese Prisoners, from New York Times
04-10-05 – Demonstrators in Iraq Demand That U.S. Leave, from New York Times
04-11-05 – Bologna Journal: Some Lebanese Villagers Won’t Cheer as Syrians Leave, from New York Times
07-24-05 – Defying U.S. Efforts, Guerillas in Iraq Refocus and Strengthen, from New York Times
07-26-05 – New U.S. Envoy Will Press Iraqis on Their Charter, from New York Times
08-01-05 – Iraqis Promising a Constitution by the Deadline, from New York Times
08-02-05 – U.S. and Iraq to Plan Military Transfer; Iraqis Push to Make Constitution Deadline, from New York Times
08-03-05 – 6 Marine Snipers are Slain in Ambush in Western Iraq; Another Dies in Suicide Attack, from New York Times
08-04-05 – 14 Marines Killed by Roadside Bomb in West Iraq City, from New York Times
08-10-05 – Iraqis Meet to Break Impasse on Drafting a Constitution, from New York Times
08-13-05 – Iraqi Leaders Reach Tentative Deal on Oil, Removing One Obstacle to a Constitution, from New York Times
08-14-05 – A Nation in Blood and Ink, from New York Times
08-15-05 – Iraqis Consider Bypassing Sunnis on Constitution, from New York Times
08-16-05 – Leaders in Iraq Extend Deadline on Constitution, from New York Times
08-17-05 – Leaders Say They’re Confident on Ending Constitution Impasse, from New York Times
08-20-05 – 3 Sunni Election Workers Seized and Killed in Mosul, from New York Times
08-21-05 – Iraqi Talks Move Ahead on Some Issue, from New York Times
08-22-05 – Leaders in Iraq Report Progress on Constitution, from New York Times
08-23-05 – Iraq’s Assembly is Given Charter, Still Unfinished, from New York Times
08-24-05 – Secular Iraqis Say New Charter May Curb Rights, from New York Times
08-26-05 – The Struggle for Iraq: Negotiations; Charter Talks in Iraq Reach Breaking Point, from New York Times
08-27-05 – Shiites and Kurds Halt Charter Talks with Sunnis, from New York Times
08-29-05 – Leaders in Iraq Sending Charter to Referendum, from New York Times
09-02-05 – Ex-Rebel Kurd Savoring Victory in Iraq’s Politics, from New York Times
10-13-05 – After Changes to Iraqi Charter, Sunni Leaders Still Differ on Support, from New York Times
10-15-05 – Iraqis Vote on New Constitution, from New York Times
10-16-05 – Turnout is Mixed as Iraqis Cast Votes on Constitution, from New York Times
10-18-05 – Monitors in Iraq Review Votes Where ‘Yes’ Ballots Hit 90%, from New York Times
10-21-05 – Iraq’s Sunnis Voted in Larger Numbers This Time, Officials Say, from New York Times
10-21-05 – Foreign Fighters Captures in Iraq Come From 27, Mostly Arab, Lands, from New York Time
10-23-05 – The Fall of the Warrior King, from New York Times Magazine
10-27-05 – 3 Sunni Parties Form Bloc to Take Part in Iraq Vote, from New York Times
10-30-05 – ‘Ahmad’s War; Ahmad’s Peace’; One of the Good Guys, from New York Times
11-06-05 – Chalabi, in Tehran, Meets With Iranian President Before Traveling to U.S. Next Week, from New York Times
11-10-05 – Iraqi Deputy, Back in the U.S., Strives to Rebuild Reputation, from New York Times
11-20-05 – At Least 35 Iraqis and 5 G.I.’s are Killed in Attacks, Including a Bombing at a Funeral, from New York Times
11-24-05 – Hussein Trial Lawyers Reportedly Agree to End Boycott, from New York Times
11-29 -05 – Sunnis Accuse Iraqi Military of Kidnappings and Slayings, from New York Times
12-01-05 – For Once, President and His Generals See the Same War, from New York Times
12-02-05 – Profusion of Rebel Groups Helps Them Survive in Iraq, from New York Times
12-03-05 – General Say Militias Split Loyalties of Iraqi Security Forces, from New York Times
12-12-05 – Boys of Baghdad College Vie for Prime Minister, from New York Times
12-14-05 – Police Seize Forged Ballots Headed to Iraq From Iran, from New York Times
12-15-05 – Iraqis Open Vote for Parliament; An Islamist-Secular Split is Seen, from New York Times
12-16-05 – Iraqis, Including Sunnis, Vote in Large Numbers, from New York Times
12-18-05 – Will it be Different Now? from New York Times
12-28-05 – Iraqi Parties Try to Lay Foundation for Broad Coalition, from New York Times
12-30-05 – G.I.’s to Increase U.S. Supervision of Iraqi Police, from New York Times
01-01-06 – 844 in U.S. Military Killed in 2005, from New York Times
01-12-06 – Local Insurgents Tell of Clashes with Al Qaeda’s Forces in Iraq, from New York Times
01-22-06 – Iraqis Urging Unity, but Rifts May be Too Deep, from New York Times
01-31-06 – Iraqi Official Says Foreign Forces Could Fall Below 100,000 This Year, from New York Times
02-05-06 – Where the Shadows Have Shadows, from New York Times
02-19-06 – Strategy Tragedy, from New York Times Magazine
02-26-06 – Dester Sturm, from New York Times
03-25-06 – Iraq Qaeda Chief Seems to Pursue a Lower Profile, from New York Times
03-31-06 – Reporter Freed in Iraq, 3 Months After Abduction, from New York Times
04-26-06 – Qaeda Video Vows Iraq Defeat for ‘Crusader’ U.S., from New York Times
04-30-06 – Votes Counted. Deals Made. Chaos Wins., from New York Times
05-01-06 – The Reach of War: Military; Deep in a U.S. Desert, Practicing to Face the Iraq Insurgency, from New York Times
05-01-06 – Mock Iraqi Villages in Mojave Prepare Troops for Battle, from New York Times
05-10-06 – Baghdad Force to be Unified to Stem Militias, from New York Time
05-11-06 – Iraq Set to Unify Security Forces to Battle Chaos, from New York Times
05-14-06 – Kurdish and Shiite Units of Iraqi Army Clash, from New York Times
05-16-06 – 25 Insurgents Killed in Battle South of Baghdad, U.S. Says, from New York Times
05-21-06 – Iraqis Form Gorvernment, with Crucial Posts Vacant, from New York Times
05-24-06 – Armed Groups Propel Iraq Toward Chaos, from New York Times
06-07-06 – Iraq Starts to Release Detainees in Gesture, from New York Times
06-08-06 – Hundreds of Iraqi Detainees Get First Taste of Freedom, from New York Times
06-08-06 – Hatred He Bred is Sure to Survive Terrorist Death, from New York Times
06-09-06 – How Surveillance and Betrayal Led to a Hunt’s End, from New York Times
06-09-06 – Zarqawi Said to Briefly Survive Airstrike, from New York Times
06-09-06 – Hated He Bred is Sure to Survive Terrorist Death (Second Article), from New York Times
06-10-06 – U.S. Says Zarqawi Survived Briefly After Airstrike, from New York Times
06-11-06 – At Site of Attack on Zarqawi, All That’s Left Are Questions, from New York Times
06-13-06 – Bush Makes a Surprise Visit to Baghdad, from New York Times
06-14-06 – Bush Makes Surprise Visit to Iraq to Press Leadership, from New York Times
06-15-06 – U.S. Identifies Successor to Zarqawi, from New York Times
06-16-06 – U.S. Portrayal Helps Flesh Out Zarqawi’s Heir, from New York Times
06-18-06 – 2 Missing U.S. Soldiers are Sought in Iraq, from New York Times
06-20-06 – Bodies of G.I.’s Show Signs of Torture, Iraqi General Says, from New York Times
06-21-06 – U.S. Says 2 Bodies Retrieved in Iraq Were Brutalized, from New York Times
06-25-06 – Solution: Break Up Iraq; Reality: It’s Not So Easy, from New York Times
06-25-06 – 4 U.S. Soldiers Die; Cleric is Freed After Protests, from New York Times
06-27-06 – U.S. and Iraq Take Ramadi a Neighborhood at a Time, from New York Times
06-29-06 – Iraq War Ends Silently for One American Soldier, from New York Times
07-02-06 – Suddenly, Sand Bags and Potshots at Post 1, from New York Times
07-05-06 – In Ramadi, Fetid Quarters and Unrelenting Battles, from New York Times
07-09-06 – Among the Ghosts: Heroes and Grand Plans, from New York Times
07-11-06 – Stubborn Man Tries to Govern in Violent Iraq, from New York Times
07-17-06 – In an About-Face, Sunnis Want U.S. to Remain in Iraq, from New York Times
08-06-06 – Baghdad’s Chaos Undercuts Tack Pursued by U.S., from New York Times
08-06-06 – The Plot Against America, from New York Times
08-10-06 – British Authorities Say Plot to Blow Up Airliners Was Foiled, from New York Times
08-11-06 – Terror Plot Foiled; Airports Quickly Clamp Down, from New York Times
08-11-06 – Suspect in Pakistan Said to Have Qaeda Ties, from New York Times
08-14-06 – Pakistani Charity Under Scrutiny in Plot, from New York Times
08-21-06 – British Law Against Glorifying Terrorism Has Not Silenced Calls to Kill for Islam, from New York Times
11-05-06 – Where Plan A Left Ahmad Chalabi, from New York Times Magazine
11-28-06 – Hezbollah Said to Help Shiite Army in Iraq, from New York Times
04-25-07 – A Skeptical Vietnam Voice Still Echoes in the Fog of Iraq, from New York Times
06-27-07 – Forbidden Pleasure in the Desert, from New York Times
09-03-07 – American University Reflects Normality of Life in Kurdish Corner of Iraq, from New York Times
10-07-07 – Regrets Only? from New York Times Magazine
11-18-07 – In Frying Pan and Fire, from New York Times
12-30-07 – The Guardians, from New York Times Magazine
02-03-08 – A Reporter Finds Drama in Iraqis’ Heartbreak, from New York Times
03-19-08 – Seeing Insurgency’s Dawn In Glee at American Deaths, from New York Times
04-27-08 – The Rule of Law, from New York Times
06-20-08 – Villages Cleared of Taliban, Afghan and NATO Officials, from New York Times
06-23-08 – From Afghanistan, NATO Shells Militants in Pakistan, from New York Times
08-21-08 – Exiting Iraq, Petraeus Says Gains are Fragile, from New York Times
08-22-08 – My Long War, from New York Times Magazine
 09-08-08 – U.S. Hands Off Pacified Anbar, Once Heart of Iraq Insurgency, from New York Times
09-05-08 – Right at the Edge, from New York Times Magzine
09-11-08 – The Forever War, from New York Times
09-20-08 – Back in Iraq, Jarred by the Calm, from New York Times
09-27-08 – The Long Road to Chaos in Pakistan, from New York Times
10-27-08 – A Five-Mile Jog Through the City of Death, from Sports Illustrated
11-02-08 – Timeout in Baghdad, from Play Magazine (New York Times)
12-23-08 – Afghans and U.S. Plan to Recruit Local Militias, from New York Times
01-01-09 – Bribes Corrode Afghans’ Trust in Government, from New York Times
01-02-09 – Taking a Break From War With a Game Anything but Gentile, from New York Times
01-07-09 – Afghanistan: 11 Civilians Killed, from New York Times
01-09-09 – Afghan Bombs Kill 14; 5 from U.S., from New York Times
01-09-09 – Afghanistan: 14 Killed in Bombings (slightly edited version of above article), from New York Times
01-10-09 – Biden Arrives in Afghanistan to Discuss the War, from New York Times
01-13-09 – Afghan Girls, Scarred by Acid, Defy Terror, Embracing School, from New York Times
01-22-09 – Taliban Fill NATO’s Big Gaps in Afghan South, from New York Times
01-29-09 – Afghan Presidential Election Delayed, from New York Times
02-02-09 – Bomber Kills 21 Policemen in Afghanistan, from New York Times
02-07-09 – Leader of Afghanistan Finds Himself Hero No More, from New York Times
02-17-09 – Afghan Civilian Death Rose 40 Percent in 2008, from New York Times
02-18-09 – Afghan Civilian Death Rose 40 Percent in 2008 (slightly edited from previous day), from New York Times
02-25-09 – Afghanistan and Iraq – What If? from New York Times
04-12-09 – Civilians Reassert Themselves in U.S. Foreign Policy, from New York Times
04-14-09 – In Recruiting an Afghan Militia, U.S. Faces a Test, from New York Times
04-15-09 – Afghan Women Protest New Law on Home Life, from New York Times
04-24-09 – Taliban Shift Forces, but Hold Pakistan Valley, from New York Times
04-28-09 – Poppies a Target in Fight Against Taliban, from New York Times
05-05-09 – Drugs Hollow Out Afghan Lives in Cultural Center, from New York Times
05-06-09 – Pakistan Strife Fills a Hospital with Refugees, from New York Times
05-07-09 – Premier Vows to Eliminate the Taliban in Pakistan, from New York Times
05-08-09 – Pakistan Pounds Taliban, Swelling Tide of Refugees, from New York Times
05-12-09 – Pakistan Says 1.3 Million Flee Fight with Taliban, from New York Times
05-20-09 – U.S. Pullout a Condition in Afghan Peace Talks, from New York Times
06-15-09 – Poll Shows Drop in Support of Karzai as Afghan Leader, from New York Times
06-21-09 – U.S. Tightens Airstrike Policy in Afghanistan, from New York Times
06-24-09 – Afghan Leader Outmaneuvers Election Rivals, from New York Times
06-27-09 – Karzai Urges Taliban to Cast Votes, from New York Times
08-05-09 – Road Bomb Kills Afghans; U.S. Airstrike is Disputed, from New York Times
08-06-09 – 5 U.S. Marines Killed in Afghanistan, from New York Times
08-16-09 – Threats by Taliban May Sway Vote in Afghanistan, from New York Times
08-17-09 – A School Bus for Shamsia, from New York Times Magazine
08-20-09 – Taliban’s Strength in Insurgency’s Heartland Evident, from New York Times
08-24-09 – Death, Life and Grass in Kabul, from New York Times
08-29-09 – Seven Days That Shook in Afghanistan, from New York Times
08-31-09 – Obama to Weigh Buildup Option in Afghan War, from New York Times
09-01-09 – Tribal Leaders Say Karzai’s Team Forged 23,900 Votes, from New York Times
09-02-09 – Afghan Count Continues as Cloud of Fraud Lingers, from New York Times
09-06-09 – Fake Afghan Poll Sites Favored Karzai, Officials Assert, from New York Times
09-08-09 – The Good Soldier, from New York Times
10-14-09 – Stanley McChrystal’s Long War, from New York Times Magazine
10-21-09 – Karzai Rival Prepares for Afghan Runoff Vote, from New York Times
10-22-09 – The Army You Have, from New York Times
10-24-09 – The Great American Arm-Twist in Afghanistan, from New York Times
10-26-09 – 14 Americans Die in Afghan Helicopter Crashes, from New York Times
 10-27-09 – Brother of Afghan Leader Said to be Paid by C.I.A., from New York Times
10-31-09 – Karzai Rival Said to be Planning to Quit Runoff, from New York Times
10-31-09 – Qaeda Had Role in Attack on U.N. Staff, Official Says, from New York Times
11-06-09 – Same Booms, Different Terrain, from New York Times
11-09-09 – For Taliban Fighters, A Fading Memorial, from New York Times
11-10-09 – Bomb Material Cache Uncovered in Afghanistan, from New York Times
11-18-09 – Water Feud in White Mountains, from New York Times
11-21-09 – Afghan Militias Battle Taliban with Aid of U.S., from New York Times
11-27-09 – Afghans Offer Jobs to Taliban Rank and File if They Defect, from New York Times
12-01-09 – With Troop Pledge, New Demands on Afghans, from New York Times
01-07-10 – Attack Leaves 10 Dead in Southeast Afghanistan, from New York Times
01-12-10 – Deadly Protest in Afghanistan Highlights Tension, from New York Times
01-13-10 – ’09 Deadliest Year for Afghans, U.N. Says, from New York Times
 01-18-10 – Kabul Attack Shows Resilience of Afghan Militants, from New York Times
01-18-10 – A Little Too Close to the Battle in Kabul, from New York Times
01-20-10 – Kiwis in Kabul, from New York Times
01-21-10 – Loyalties of Those Killed in Afghan Raid Remain Unclear, from New York Times
01-22-10 – U.S. Delays Setting Up More Anti-Taliban Militias, from New York Times
01-23-10 – The Taliban Don’t Seem Ready to Talk, from New York Times
01-24-10 – Afghanistan Postpones Parliamentary Election by 4 Months, from New York Times
01-24-10 – U.N. Seeks to Drop Some Taliban From Terror List, from New York Times
01-27-10 – Afghan Tribe, Vowing to Fight Taliban, to Get U.S. Aid in Return, from New York Times
01-29-10 – U.N. Mission Head in Afghanistan Met with Taliban Envoys, from New York Times
01-30-10 – U.N. Envoy Met Taliban to Discuss Peace Talks, from New York Times
01-30-10 – 4 Afghan Soldiers Are Killed by a Mistaken Airtrike, from New York Times
02-06-10 – Afghan Police Kill 7 Mistaken for Insurgents, from New York Times
02-07-10 – On Afghan Road, Scenes of Beauty and Death, from New York Times
02-11-10 – Afghans Try to Reassure Tribal Elders on Offensive, from New York Times
02-12-10 – Afghan Offensive is New War Model, from New York Times
02-12-10 – Coalition Troops Storm a Taliban Haven, from New York Times
02-13-10 – Allied Troops Seize Taliban Posts; Fighting is Sporadic, from New York Times
02-15-10 – Half of Town’s Taliban Flee or Are Killed, Allies Say, from New York Times
02-15-10 – Secret Joint Raid Captures Taliban’s Top Commander, from New York Times
02-18-10 – In Blow to Taliban, 2 More Leaders Are Arrested, from New York Times
02-18-10 – In Pakistan Raid, Taliban Chief was an Extra Prize, from New York Times
02-20-10 – Prize on the Battlefields of Marja May Be Momentum, from New York Times
02-22-10 – Pakistani Reports Capture of a Taliban Leader, from New York Times
03-14-10 – Contractors Tied to Effort to Track and Kill Mutants, from New York Times
03-18-10 – Lost Soldiers, from New York Times Magazine
03-24-10 – After Arrests, Taliban Promote a Fighter, from New York Times
03-29-10 – Afghan Leader is Seen to Flout Influence of U.S., from New York Times
03-30-10 – Despite Doubt, Karzai Brothers Retains Power, from New York Times
05-14-10 – ‘Nothing to do but Call and Wait,’ from New York Times
05-17-10 – Afghan Teams Search After Plane Vanishes With 43 People Aboard, from New York Times
05-18-10 – Taliban Car Bomb Strikes U.S. Convoy in Kabul, from New York Times
05-18-10 – Taliban Attack American Base Outside Kabul, from New York Times
05-19-10 – Taliban Suicide Strike Fail at U.S. Air Base Near Afghan Capital, from New York Times
05-26-10 – ‘The Poo Pond,’ from New York Times
05-26-10 – Trial Marks Change at Prison for Afghan Detainees, from New York Times
05-29-10 – Operators of Drones Are Faulted in Afghan Deaths, from New York Times
05-29-10 – Taliban Push Afghan Police Out of Valley, from New York Times
06-05-10 – With U.S. Aid, Warlord Builds Afghan Empire, from New York Times
06-06-10 – Convoy Guards in Afghanistan Face an Inquiry, from New York Times
06-07-10 – Rule of the Gun; Convoy Guards in Afghanistan Face an Inquiry, from New York Times
06-08-10 – Dangerous, but to Whom? from New York Times
06-11-10 – Karzai is Said to Doubt West Can Defeat Taliban, from New York Times
06-13-10 – In Visit to Kandahar, Karzai Outlines Anti-Taliban Plan, from New York Times
06-15-10 – Call Him Crazy, But Bin Laden Bounty Hunter May Have Been Close, from New York Times
06-20-10 – Bomb Kills 3 Near a Bank in Southern Afghanistan, from New York Times
06-21-10 – U.S. Said to Fund Afghan Warlords to Protect Convoys, from New York Times
06-22-10 – Perils for the New Breed of Commander, from New York Times
06-23-10 – McChrystal’s Fate in Limbo as He Prepares to Meet Obama, from New York Times
06-23-10 – General’s Job is in Doubt in Exposing Afghan Rifts, from New York Times
06-23-10 – Petraeus is Now Taking Control of a ‘Tougher Fight,’ from New York Times
06-24-10 – John Burns and Dexter Filkins Answer Questions on McChrystal’s Dismissal, from New York Times
06-26-10 – Overture to Taliban Jolts Afghan Minorities, from New York Times
06-30-10 – Afghan Militants Fail in Attack on NATO Air Base, from New York Times
07-04-10 – Petraeus Takes Command of Afghan Mission, from New York Times
08-06-10 – Antigraft Units, Backed by U.S., Draw Karzai’s Ire, from New York Times
08-14-10 – NATO Strike Cited in Afghan Civilian Deaths, from New York Times
08-15-10 – Petraeus Opposes a Rapid Pullout in Afghanistan, from New York Times
08-16-10 – Afghan Leader Sees Plan to Ban Private Guards, from New York Times
08-22-10 – Pakistanis Tell of Motive in Taliban Leader’s Arrest, from New York Times
08-24-10 – New Case of Civilian Deaths Investigated in Afghanistan, from New York Times
08-25-10 – Karzai Aide in Corruption Inquiry is Tied to C.I.A., from New York Times
08-28-10 – Graft-Fighting Prosecutor Fired in Afghanistan, from New York Times
08-31-10 – Reflections On Iraq; A Vacuum of Authority, from New York Times
08-31-10 – Troubles at Afghan Bank Jolt Financial System, from New York Times
09-01-10 – At War, Order Collapses, from New York Times
09-01-10 – Afghanistan Official Tries to Ease Depositors’ Worries About Troubled Bank, from New York Times
09-01-10 – 2 Afghan Aid Workers Killed by Roadside Bomb, from New York Times
09-02-10 – Depositors Panic Over Bank Crisis in Afghanistan, from New York Times
09-04-10 – Inside Corrupt-istan, a Loss of Faith in Leaders, from New York Times
09-07-10 – Political Ties Shielded Bank in Afghanistan, from New York Times
10-14-10 – U.S. Uses Attack to Nudge Taliban Toward a Deal, from New York Times
10-16-10 – In Afghanistan, the Exit Plan Starts with ‘If’, from New York Times
10-19-10 – Taliban Elite, Aided by NATO, Join Talks for Afghan Peace, from New York Times
10-23-10 – Times Photographer Wounded by Afghan Mine, from New York Times
10-23-10 – Iran is Said to Give Top Karzai Aide Cash by the Bagful, from New York Times
10-25-10 – Afghan Leader Admits His Office Gets Cash from Iran, from New York Times
11-01-10 – Afghan Police Unit Defects to Taliban, Leaving Burning Station Behind, from New York Times
11-19-10 – TV Channel Draws Viewers, and Threats, in Iran, from New York Times
11-22-10 – Taliban Leader in Secret Talks Was an Impostor, from New York Times
12-02-10 – Cables Depict Afghan Graft, Starting at Top, from New York Times
12-20-10 – U.S. Military Seeks to Expand Raids in Pakistan, from New York Times
01-30-11 – Letter from Kabul: The Afghan Bank Heist, from New Yorker
02-03-11 – The Afghan Bank Heist, from New Yorker
02-12-11 – Mubarak, Karzai, and American, from New Yorker
02-17-11 – Rage on Rabat Street. from New Yorker
02-21-11 – Next Move in Yemen? from New Yorker
02-24-11 – The Next Impasse, from New York Times
02-27-11 – Yemen: Rumors of War, from New Yorker
03-22-11 – Yemen: Who’s with the President? from New Yorker
04-04-11 – After the Uprising, from New Yorker
04-07-11 – Yemen: Why Saleh has Stayed. from New Yorker
05-02-11 – What Pakistan Knew About bin Laden, from New Yorker
05-16-11 – Already Dead, from New Yorker
06-27-11 – Endgame, from New Yorker
07-12-11 – Death of an Afghan Godfather, from New Yorker
07-16-11 – Who Killed Kim Sah Nae? from New Yorker
09-12-11 – The Journalist and the Spies, from New Yorker
09-20-11 – Killing Rabbani, from New Yorker
09-23-11 – Is Pakistan America’s Ally? from New Yorker
10-07-11 – Tawakkol Karman’s Moral Vision, from New Yorker
10-21-11 – What’s Left in Iraq, from New Yorker
02-17-12 – Keeping Up with Shadid, from New Yorker
05-05-12 – The Deep State, from New Yorker
05-08-12 – Turkey’s Jailed Journalists, from New Yorker
06-15-12 – Coming Apart, from New York Times
07-02-12 – After America? from New Yorker
07-11-12 – Video: Afghan Army Recruitment Ad, from New Yorker
08-13-12 – Have Obama and Romney Forgotten Afghanistan? from New Yorker
09-20-12 – The Definition of a Quagmire, from New Yorker
10-19-12 – Taking Bin Laden, from New Yorker
10-22-12 – Atonement, from New Yorker
10-23-12 – Romney’s Double Vision, from New Yorker
12-17-12 – General Principle’s, from New Yorker
12-17-12 – Bin Laden, the Movie, from New Yorker
01-24-13 – Women with Guns, from New Yorker
02-06-13 – What We Don’t Know About Drones, from New Yorker
02-18-13 – After Syria, from New Yorker
03-14-13 – Photographers’ Oral History of the Iraq War, from New York Times
03-20-13 – The Other Iraqi Legacy, from New Yorker
03-25-13 – As Syria Bleeds, Lebanon Reels, from New Yorker
05-06-13 – The Thin Red Line, from New Yorker
05-07-13 – Israel’s Red Line in Syria, from New Yorker
05-26-13 – Hezbollah Widens the Syrian War, from New Yorker
06-14-13 – Obama Acts on Syria – Is it Too Late? from New Yorker
07-11-13 – The  War in Syria, from New York Review of Books
07-16-13 – From Kurdistan to New York, from New Yorker
08-13-13 – Show Trials on the Bosphorus, from New Yorker
08-23-13 – The Syrian Question, from New Yorker
09-27-13 – Collateral Damage, from New York Times
09-30-13 – The Shadow Commander, from New Yorker
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11-06-13 – Robert Nickelberg’s Afghanistan: A History, from New Yorker
11-19-13 – Lebanon and the Long Reach of the Syrian Conflict, from New Yorker
12-27-13 – Will Turkey’s Erdogan Cause His Own Downfall? from New Yorker
03-06-14 – The Long Road Home, from New York Times
04-18-14 – Moises Saiman’s Return to Iraq, from New Yorker
04-21-14 – What We Left Behind, from New Yorker
06-06-14 – What Did Pakistan do for Bowe Bergdahl? from New Yorker
06-11-14 – In Extremists’ Iraq Rise, America’s Legacy, from New Yorker
06-16-14 – Wider War, from New Yorker
06-23-14 – Choices at the Top, from New Yorker
08-04-14 – Will the U.S. Help the Kurds Fight Isis? from New Yorker
09-02-14 – The Death of Steven Sotloff, from New Yorker
09-22-14 – The Fight of Their Lives, from New Yorker
09-23-14 – On the Kurdish Front Against ISIS, from New Yorker
10-10-14 – When Bombs Aren’t Enough, from New Yorker
11-13-14 – ‘Knife Fights,’ by John A. Nagl, from New York Times
12-03-14 – A New Deal for the Kurds, from New Yorker
12-12-14 – Getting Help to Syria, from New Yorker
12-19-14 – An Early Success for the Kurds in Sinjar, from New Yorker
12-31-14 – Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and the C.I.A., from New Yorker
02-20-15 – ‘Khirbet Khizeh,’ by S. Yizhar, from New York Times
04-29-15 – Zarif in New York, from New Yorker
05-15-15 – Did George W. Bush Create ISIS? from New Yorker
05-19-15 – The Real Problem in Iraq, from New Yorker
05-21-15 – ISIS in Palmyra, from New Yorker
06-08-15 – The End of the Erdogan Era? from New Yorker
06-09-15 – How Did Abu Zubaydah Lose His Eye, from New Yorker
06-26-15 – Why Aren’t We Asking Iran for More? from New Yorker
07-13-15 – Death of a Prosecutor, from New Yorker
08-13-15 – Is Bush Right About Clinton and Iraq? from New Yorker
08-21-15 – Sea-Turtle Season, from New Yorker
10-19-15 – Shot in the Heart, from New Yorker
11-03-15 – Postscript: Ahmad Chalabi, from New Yorker
11-13-15 – The Limits of the Kurds’ War on ISIS, from New Yorker
11-14-15 – The ISIS Claim About Paris, from New Yorker
11-24-15 – The War in Syria and the Russian Jet, from New Yorker
12-09-15 – What Are Turkish Troops Doing in Iraq? from New Yorker
12-28-15 – Swamped, from New Yorker
01-15-16 – The Pakistani Dystopia, from New Yorker
01-22-16 – Pakistan’s Monster, from New Yorker
02-28-16 – A Truce in Syria, from New Yorker
02-29-16 – A Truce in Syria (podcast) from New Yorker
03-28-16 – The End of Ice, from New Yorker
03-31-16 – Erdogan’s March to Dictatorship in Turkey, from New Yorker
04-19-16 – Not Even Kabul is Safe From the Taliban, from New Yorker
05-02-16 – Dangerous Fictions, from New Yorker
05-06-16 – The Eleventh Hour for Turkish Democracy, from New Yorker
05-13-16 – “Do Not Resist” and the Crisis of Police Militarization, from New Yorker
06-29-16 – Who Bombed The Istanbul Airport? from New Yorker
07-16-16 – The Purge Begins in Turkey, from New Yorker
09-23-16 – The Coming Crisis in Mosul, from New Yorker
10-10-16 – Turkey’s Thirty-Year-Coup, from New Yorker
10-19-16 – The Dangers of the Iraqi Coalition Headed Towards Mosul, from New Yorker
11-01-16 – Assad Speaks, from New Yorker
11-10-16 – Trump and Syria, from New Yorker
12-26-16 – A Bigger Problem Than ISIS? from New Yorker
01-03-17 – The End of Democracy in Turkey? from New Yorker
01-08-17 – Iraqi Kurdistan, Caught Between Worlds, from New Yorker
01-19-17 – What Do They Want? Graeme Wood Speaks with Supporters of ISIS, from New York Times
02-03-17 – The New C.I.A. Deputy Chief’s Black-Site Past, fromNew Yorker
03-24-17 – A Last Chance for Turkish Democracy, from New Yorker
04-04-17 – Trump’s Moment of Terrible Truth in Syria, from New Yorker
04-14-17 – A Mysterious Case Involving Turkey, Iran, and Rudy Giuliani, from New Yorker
04-17-17 – Turkey’s Vote Makes Erdogan Effectively a Dictator, from New Yorker

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