• Losing Iraq

  • Bush's War

  • The Wounded Platoon

  • Rules of Engagement

  • Endgame

  • Gangs of Iraq

  • The Dark Side

  • The Torture Question

  • Private Warriors

  • The Soldier's Heart

  • Bad Voodoo's War

  • The Insurgency

  • The Lost Year in Iraq

  • Rumsfeld's War

  • The Invasion of Iraq

  • Beyond Baghdad

  • Truth, War and Consequences

  • The War Behind Closed Doors

  • Gunning for Saddam


Inside a Camp for Iraqis Fleeing ISIS

As the U.S. airstrikes begin, FRONTLINE producer Martin Smith reports from Mosul on the developing crisis.

Baghdad Dispatch: Checkpoint (In)Security

More than 10 years after the fall of Saddam, the people of Baghdad might reasonably have hoped that they could drive about their city without worrying about kidnappings and bombings.

Dispatch: Return to Baghdad

FRONTLINE producer Martin Smith, who made four films on Iraq, has just arrived in Baghdad after a long absence. He’s currently producing a film on the unfolding crisis in the country.

The Iraq War Is Over. Now What?

Ten years on, the legacy of Iraq remains far from settled. One thing that’s clear: the war will continue to influence the U.S., Iraq, and its neighbors in the Middle East for decades to come.

The Iraq War: How We Spent $800 Billion (and Counting)

The Iraq war cost twice as much as the war in Afghanistan, and more than 16 times as much as the Bush administration predicted. But what did we pay for?

Why Soldiers Keep Losing to Suicide

The wars in Iraq and Afghanistan have taken a toll — but most service members who take their lives have never been deployed. What’s going on?

FRONTLINE’s Collected Reporting on Iraq & the War on Terror

For more than 12 years, FRONTLINE has revealed the wars’ defining stories in meticulous detail, and the political dramas that played out at the highest levels of power and influence.


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