Opinion

Ahmed Chalabi: A proud pawn for a big American lie

He died unexpectedly and unrepentant and even proud of his role.

Lamis Andoni

by Lamis Andoni

Lamis Andoni

Opinion

Ahmed Chalabi: The real victor of the Iraq War

I first met Chalabi in 1995, and despite the controversy that surrounds him, he was a master of US and Iraqi politics.

Ibrahim Al-Marashi

by Ibrahim Al-Marashi

Ibrahim Al-Marashi

Reporter's Notebook

Dinner with Saddam not on Iraqi menus

A play, Dinner with Saddam, has London audiences laughing, but the view on Baghdad's streets is slightly less palatable.

Dinner with Saddam not on Iraqi menus

War & Conflict

The day Kuwait would rather forget

As regional turmoil surrounds them, Kuwaitis are quietly marking the 25th anniversary of Iraq's invasion.

The day Kuwait would rather forget

Opinion

A divisive legacy: Tariq Aziz (1936-2015)

Whether seen as victim or villain, Tariq Aziz was a witness and actor to the defining points in Iraq's modern history.

Ibrahim Al-Marashi

by Ibrahim Al-Marashi

Ibrahim Al-Marashi

Politics

Former Iraqi deputy PM Tariq Aziz dies in prison

Aziz, who was Saddam's deputy PM and foreign minister, surrendered to US forces in 2003 and had been a prisoner since.

War & Conflict

Q&A: On art, chairs and being Saddam Hussein's doctor

Ala Bashir, Iraqi artist and former personal doctor to Saddam Hussein, describes 'life between two invasions' in Iraq.

Q&A: On art, chairs and being Saddam Hussein's doctor

The Listening Post

The day Saddam Hussein's statue fell: Iraq and the media

Was the overplayed television moment truly a turning point in the Iraq invasion or was it myth-making by the media?

Fault Lines

The battle for Kirkuk

Josh Rushing travels to northern Iraq to look at one of the most serious divides the country faces.

The battle for Kirkuk

I Knew Saddam Hussein

Al Jazeera speaks to those who knew the former Iraqi president.