A couple of quick pointers

This is a short entry as I’m swamped in pulling together work on various projects, but I wanted to draw your attentions to a couple of interesting-looking sites now that the war is “over” and Iraq is “free.”

This is a short entry as I’m swamped in pulling together work on various projects, but I wanted to draw your attentions to a couple of interesting-looking sites now that the war is “over” and Iraq is “free.”
The War in Context.org is pulling together a host of articles on the aftermath of Gulf War II in an attractive and easily accessible form. The Iraq War Reader, edited by Michah L. Sifry and Christopher Cerf, looks to be a good resource for people trying to understand the so-far dominant story of 2003. The Village Voice has a review online. (Sifry and Cerf edited The Gulf War Reader, a collection of documents and essays about the first Gulf War in 1991.)