Fletcher Ph.D. candidate and retired colonel Frank Sobchak edited a two-volume study of U.S. military operations in Iraq from 2003-2011. This operational level analysis of the Iraq conflict is written in narrative format with assessments and lessons embedded throughout.
- The U.S. Army in the Iraq War – Volume I: Invasion – Insurgency – Civil War, 2003-2006
- The U.S. Army in the Iraq War – Volume 2: Surge and Withdrawal, 2007-2011
- Coverage in The Wall Street Journal
- CSPAN coverage of CIS/New America Foundation panel discussion
- Foundation for the Defense of Democracies panel discussion with Ambassador Leaf and Michael Gordon from Wall Street Journal
- NPR interview with Mary Louise Kelly
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