• June 27, 2014
    In 935 Lies, Lewis details the carefully orchestrated campaign of untruths about Iraq waged by the Bush administration that galvanized public opinion and led us to war.
  • June 27, 2014
    Then and now, Lawrence’s understanding of the ancient alliances and potent jealousies of the people among whom he had lived and fought in the Middle East has generally been ignored.
  • June 27, 2014 | Moyers & Company
    This week Bill speaks with investigative journalist Charles Lewis about why facts, logic and reason are often missing in the rush to war.
  • June 26, 2014
    A new interactive database lists the 935 false statements made by top Bush administration officials in the run up to the Iraqi war. Who leads the pack?
  • June 25, 2014
    The insurgents are not only in a struggle against what they see as oppression by a largely Shiite government in Baghdad and its security forces, but also over who will control and benefit from the nation's oil.
  • June 24, 2014
    Should we really be listening to Washington's "armchair warriors" who were wrong before, during and after the Iraq war -- and never admitted their wrongdoing?
  • June 22, 2014
    More than two trillion dollars later — without figuring in post-war costs still to come — Iraq is a catastrophe. And the cost of the war for Iraqis is beyond calculation.
  • June 21, 2014
    British officer Eric Lomax tracked down the Japanese man who tortured him during World War II and forgave him. His story is more relevant than ever during the Torture Awareness Month.
  • June 20, 2014
    Andrew Bacevich asserts that the "impoverished state of US foreign-policy discourse is laid bare" in a recent New Republic essay by historian Robert Kagan.
  • June 20, 2014
    In the US, most of the analysis of what's happening in Iraq comes to us from Americans. We asked an Iraqi expat for his view.