U.S.-backed Iraqi exiles
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U.S.-backed Iraqi exiles . . .
- Alan Sipress, "Talks With Iraqi Opposition Intensify," Washington Post (Iraq Foundation), May 13, 2002.
- Mark Mazzetti, "After Saddam. Iraqi exiles jockey for American backing," US News & World Report, July 1, 2002.
- Joe Palca, host, "Profile: Development of Anti-Saddam Hussein Opposition Groups in Iraq and Which Ones the U.S. Feels They Can Trust and Help," NPR, July 27, 2002.
- David R. Sands, "Iraqi exiles divided on future; Differ over plans after Saddam," Washington Times (FindArticles), August 2002.
- Anton La Guardia, "Iraqi exiles to enlist anti-Saddam force," Telegraph (UK), August 24, 2002.
- Anthony Shadid and John Donnelly, "Exiles plan for post-Hussein Iraq. U.S. aids wide-ranging preparations for new government," Boston Globe (SF Chronicle), September 22, 2002.
- David Pratt, "Unveiled: The Thugs Bush Wants in Place of Saddam," Sunday Herald (Global Policy), September 22, 2002.
- Barbara Slavin, "U.S. hesitant to plan post-Saddam Iraq," USA Today, October 8, 2002.
- David Isenberg, "Iraqi exiles throwing elbows," Asia Times, November 19, 2002.
- Gary Leupp, "The Arrest of General Khazraji. Are the Chickenhawks Crowing?" Counter Punch, December 3, 2002.
- "Sabri: US backing of dissidents 'material breach'. Iraqi FM likens Bush's material backing for Iraqi opposition to backing groups of mercenaries, terrorists," Middle East Online, December 10, 2002.
- Ellen Hale, "Iraqi exiles reach a strained accord," USA Today, December 17, 2002.
- Daniel Williams, "U.S. Army to Train 1,000 Iraqi Exiles. Troops Would Serve as Guides, Go-Betweens," Washington Post (Iraq Foundation), December 18, 2002.
- "U.S. to Seek Iraqi Exiles For Nation's Next Army," Associated Press posted on Global Security.org (Newsday), December 23, 2002.
- Chris Toensing, "U.S. Support for the Iraqi Opposition," Foreign Policy in Focus, January 2003; pdf version.
- Tom Bowman, "U.S. to train Iraqi exiles as liaisons for military. Thousands would serve as guides or translators," Baltimore Sun (Orlando Sentinel), January 14, 2003.
- "Iraqi Exiles Report for Training to Help in Campaign Against Saddam," Fox News, January 15, 2003.
- Deborah Orin, "Iraqi Exiles Sign Up," New York Post (Free Republic), January 16, 2003. Excerpt: "Iraqi exiles are starting to report for U.S. military boot camp so they can get trained to help American troops if there's a war to topple Saddam Hussein in Iraq, the Pentagon revealed yesterday. ... The revelation that as many as 3,000 Iraqis will get U.S. military training is the latest in a steady drumbeat of military moves that show the Pentagon is revving up at a time when President Bush says 'time is running out for Saddam Hussein.'"
- Alex Rodriguez, "U.S. to groom Iraqi exiles. 3,000 to be trained in Hungary for key non-combat roles," Newsday, January 20, 2003.
- Charles Recknagel, "Iraq: Questions Remain About Washington's Postwar Strategy," Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, February 6, 2003.
- Stephen J. Bos, "Neighbours Concerned About Training Iraqi Exiles. Hungarian village in centre of world attention," ASSIST News Service, February 8, 2003.
- Magdi Abdelhadi, "Iraqi exiles reject foreign rule," BBC, February 20, 2003.
- David Rennie, "Washington to sideline exile groups," Telegraph (UK), February 22, 2003.
- Jim Garamone, "U.S. Army Trains Free Iraqi Forces in Hungary," American Forces Press Service, February 24, 2003.
- Chris Osborn, "U.S. trains Iraqi exiles to help in possible war," CNN, March 11, 2003.
- Kenneth R. Bazinet, "Exiles are chafing to join fight," New York Daily News, March 31, 2003.
- Sam Manuel, "Washington plans protectorate in Iraq," The Militant, March 31, 2003.
- "Iraqi exiles headed to Iraq will be 'core' of new army," Jane's Defence Weekly, April 6, 2003.
- Bradley Graham, "U.S. Airlifts Iraqi Exile Force For Duties Near Nasiriyah," Washington Post, April 7, 2003.
- Nadia Mahdeed, "Iraqi Exiles Demand Direct Role in Interim Government," Iran News Service, April 7, 2003.
- Capt. Wells Parker, "Iraqi Exiles Prove Value in Fighting," Army News Service, April 7, 2003.
- "Close behind U.S. troops, Iraqi exiles enter power vacuum," Associated Press (St. Petersburg Times), April 8, 2003.
- "Pentagon Brings In More Iraqi Exiles," Associated Press (Military.com), April 12, 2003.
- Peter Grier and Ben Arnoldy, "First glimpse of Iraq's new power brokers. Iraqi leaders met with US officials Tuesday. It's just the start of a long road," Christian Science Monitor, April 16, 2003.
- "U.S. Sending Iraqi Exiles to Help in Iraq's Rebuilding," Associated Press (Fox News), April 26, 2003.
- Holly Bailey, "Exile on Main Street," Slate, April 26, 2003.
- Robert Burns, "Iraqi exiles bearing expertise return to Baghdad to rebuild," Associated Press (Missourian) April 27, 2003.
- Douglas Jehl, "U.S.-Backed Iraqi Exiles Return to Reinvent Nation (U.S.-Backed Iraqi Exiles are working for SAIC, a defense contractor)," New York Times (Information Clearinghouse), May 4, 2003.
- Pamela Hess, "Iraqi exiles return to Baghdad," UPI, June 9, 2003.
- Bill Gertz, "Iraqi group aided CIA intelligence," Washington Times, June 12, 2003.
- Suleiman al-Khalidi, "Half Million Iraqi Exiles May Head Home in 2003-UN," Reuters (Iraq Foundation), July 17, 2003.
- Sharon Behn and Maya Alleruzzo, "Homecomings," Washington Times, July 27, 2003.
- Douglas Jehl with Dexter Filkins, "U.S. Moved to Undermine Iraqi Military Before War," New York Times, August 10, 2003.
- Warren Veith, "Iraqi exiles ready to walk out on US," The Age, August 12, 2003.
- "Bush Administration is Rethinking Its Opposition to Bringing Back Senior Iraqi Army Officers Who Served Under Saddam Hussein. Urgent Search for Potential Leaders of New Iraqi Army," Time, November 13, 2003.
- Joel Brinkley and Eric Schmitt, "Iraqi Leaders Say U.S. Was Warned of Disorder After Hussein, but Little Was Done," New York Times, November 30, 2003.
- James Risen, "Data From Iraqi Exiles Under Scrutiny," New York Times, February 12, 2004.
- Tabassum Zakaria, "Discredited Iraqi Exiles Still Land US Spy Funds," Guardian (UK) (Common Dreams), March 11, 2004.
- "Iraqi Exiles Helping to Form Interim Government," Voice of America, July 5, 2004.
- Lisa Ashkenaz, "Pro-U.S. Former Exiles Dominate Appointed Iraqi Assembly," New Standard News, August 22, 2004.
- Warren P. Strobel and John Walcott, "Post-war planning non-existent," Knight Ridder Newspapers, October 17, 2004.
- Ashraf Fahim, "Falluja and the Iraqi Insurgency," Middle East Online, November 4, 2004.
- Bill Nichols, "Exiles living in USA fear missing out on election," USA Today, January 6, 2005.
- "Iraqi Exiles Register to Vote Overseas," Associated Press (WJLA.com), January 17, 2005.
- Suleiman al-Khalidi, "Quarter of a Million Iraqi Exiles Cast Ballots," Reuters (Boston Globe), January 30, 2005.
- "Vast majority of qualified Iraqi exiles cast absentee ballots. But only 23 percent had registered," Associated Press (MSNBC), January 31, 2005.
- "Summary: Top 5 Iraqi Cabinet ministers," Associated Press (Boston Globe), April 28, 2005.
- Michael Hirsh, "Confessions of a Humvee Liberal. The New Yorker's George Packer has written a penetrating and unblinking account of the catastrophic Iraq war that he supported. He just can't admit he was wrong," Washington Monthly, September 2005.
- Ahmed Chalabi
- Coalition Provisional Authority
- Future of Iraq Project
- Iraq Centre for Research and Strategic Studies
- Iraqi Governing Council
- Iraqi Interim Government
- Iraqi National Accord
- Iraqi National Congress
- Iraqi Reconstruction and Redevelopment Council
- Iraqi sovereignty: June 30, 2004
- Iraqi Transitional Government