A war correspondent reflects on the grim insurgency in Iraq.
Michael Ware, a native of Australia, spent many years as a foreign correspondent for Time and CNN. He is one of a few Western journalists to live in Iraq throughout the war’s duration.
After all those tours, he must have some form of PTSD—and a terrible void within. By Michael Ware.
The president is falsely taking credit for finally bringing Iraq to a close—a war actually ended by the Bush administration back in 2008.