- About Burke Chair
- About Dr. Anthony H. Cordesman
- Arab-Israeli Conflict
- Iraq War
- Lessons of War
- Middle East Energy and Security
- Military Balance
- Saudi Arabia Enters the 21st Century
- Terrorism and Counterterrorism
- The Afghan Project
- The Afghan War in 2013
- The Gulf and US-Iranian Strategic Competition
- U.S. Strategic and Defense Efforts
Burke Chair on Iraq War
The CSIS Arleigh A. Burke Chair holder Anthony H. Cordesman, seeks to analyze the multitude of elements affecting the progress and setbacks of the U.S. and Coalition effort to create and stable Iraq. Dr. Cordesman looks closely at Coalition military operations, as well as the various civilian, multinational, and other U.S. intuitions operating in Iraq. Likewise, the Iraq War project includes efforts dedicated to the Iraqi political process, the insurgency, and Iraqi Security Force Development.
Anthony H. Cordesman publishes frequent reports on the reconstruction effort, Iraqi governmental development, and the various facets of the aid effort. Analyses include indigenous actors and efforts within Iraq, as well as the roles played by governments and individual actors in the region -- and beyond -- in the effort to shape the future of Iraq.
In addition to several published books that can be purchased online from the CSIS Press, the project focuses on the steady development of working documents that are revised on an ongoing basis. As a result, all of the material provided in this section should be regarded as working material that is subject to update. To provide suggestions corrections to any material, please send your comments to the Office of the Arleigh A. Burke Chair in Strategy at BurkeChair@csis.org.
- HighlightsDec 15, 2011
- AudioMar 8, 2011
CommentaryThe Common Lessons of Benghazi, Algeria, Mali, Tunisia, Egypt, Syria, Iraq, Yemen, Afghanistan, Pakistan, and the Arab SpringJan 28, 2013
CommentaryDec 26, 2012
Dec 9, 2010
Sep 24, 2010