I was in debt denial, not realizing the impact it was having on my future self.
Even with the United States absent from the upcoming multilateral gatherings, the pervasive influence of Washington on the Persian Gulf's geopolitics will persist, significantly shaping the trajectory of diplomatic interactions in the region.
The United States and Ukraine "don't need to stoop to Putin's level," the lawmaker said prior to the Biden administration's announcement.
U.S. forces "will continue the relentless campaign against ISIS," U.S. Central Command General Michael "Erik" Kurilla said on Monday.
Queen Elizabeth said both William and Prince Harry should "do their duty" in combat, according to a former head of the British Armed Forces.
"I couldn't reconcile it or make sense of it," Leila Hussain told Newsweek.
On the 20th anniversary of the beginning of the Iraq War, many are reflecting on all that has happened in the last two decades.
"The U.S. invasion and subsequent occupation is directly related to the rise of ISIS," Zaid al-Ali, former adviser to the U.N. mission in Iraq, told Newsweek.
"The U.S. unintentionally helped Iran through aggression in Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya, and supporting instability in Syria," Iran's U.N. mission told Newsweek.
The United States is not quite done with war in the Middle East. In fact, coalition troops in Syria regularly fall under attack by Iranian-backed forces.
We think of the Gulf War as an unquestioned success in U.S. military history. In terms of the mission set, this is a fair description.
A Reddit post has theorized that the U.S. invaded Iraq in 2003 to access an ancient alien stargate located in the Great Ziggurat of Ur.
Does the West fully grasp the challenge to its traditional leadership in the Middle East? And is it ready to support Middle East agency through deepening constructive involvement?
Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said Sunday that "the US does whatever they can to harm Iran, but they can't do anything at all."
For International Men's Day 2022, veteran of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars, Paul Minter, writes about his fight for male mental health.
Legislation providing lifetime healthcare to military personnel exposed to huge trash burning pits in Iraq and Afghanistan excludes thousands of U.S. civilians.
Where the Tigris and Euphrates rivers once flowed with clean water, the kind I splashed in as a child, there are now cracked, dry beds.
Biden said his son had "lost his life in Iraq," despite Beau Biden actually dying in Maryland.
"It's time that the United States engaged with the Iranian Kurdish, or otherwise democratic opposition," Komala leader Abdullah Mohtadi said.
"We have repeatedly expressed our concerns regarding Turkish operations in Iraq," a State Department spokesperson told Newsweek.
U.S. and Kurdish authorities condemned the Iranian attacks on Kurdish dissidents but were quiet on Turkey's strikes on Kurdish militants.
For the second time in two days, the congressman was involved in a verbal altercation with social media provocateur Alex Stein.
Laura Poitras, an Oscar-winning documentarian, criticized film festivals for Clinton's recent appearances.
You might be forgiven for thinking the Biden administration is beginning to take seriously Israel's worries about a nuclear Iran.
The latest outbreak of violence in the Green Zone could mean more political instability for Iraq.
"Reports of unrest throughout Iraq today are disturbing as Iraqi institutions are not being allowed to operate," the U.S. Embassy in Iraq said.