Judith Yaphe

Middle East Project Director, National Defense University

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Distinguished Research Fellow at the National Defense University's Institute for National Strategic Studies; former political analyst on the Middle East at the CIA

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Nineteen million people were eligible to vote for 6200 candidates nationwide with 325 parliamentary seats at stake.  Iraq’s  Independent High Electoral Commission  says 62% turned out…

The Iraqi People Have Voted Again: What's Next?

Nineteen million people were eligible to vote for 6200 candidates nationwide with 325 parliamentary seats at stake.  Iraq’s Independent High Electoral Commission says 62% turned out…

from Which Way, L.A.?

Nineteen million people were eligible to vote yesterday for 6200 candidates nationwide with 325 parliamentary seats at stake.

The Iraqi People Have Voted Again: What's Next?

Nineteen million people were eligible to vote yesterday for 6200 candidates nationwide with 325 parliamentary seats at stake.

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Six years ago, almost 3000 Americans died in attacks orchestrated by al Qaeda's Osama bin Laden. Today, Washington is preoccupied by the war in Iraq.

9/11, Iraq and the Global War on Terror

Six years ago, almost 3000 Americans died in attacks orchestrated by al Qaeda's Osama bin Laden. Today, Washington is preoccupied by the war in Iraq.

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