The interrogation of Saddam Hussein and U.S. policy in Iraq
Mosul: The Prospects for Stability after Liberation
Reinvigorating the transatlantic partnership to tackle evolving threats
[The Islamic State] is a very strong group which has a lot of sympathizers, its ideas are embedded and it has networks. It has a lot to draw on even as it loses its physical territory
[Stabilization is] difficult to do in Iraq and especially Syria because no one wants the U.S. to put lots of forces on the ground to be doing that and locals will struggle to do it well.