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Iron Triangle may refer to:
- Iron Triangle (Korea), a Korean War term referring to an area in Korea bounded by Ch'orwon, Kumhwa, and Pyonggang
- Iron Triangle (Vietnam), the name U.S. forces in the Vietnam War gave to the Communist stronghold region northwest of Saigon
- Iron Triangle, Richmond, California, a neighborhood bounded on its three sides by railroad tracks
- Willets Point, Queens, New York, known as "Iron Triangle" for its metal works
- The Iron Triangle, a name given to the iron-producing region of South Australia, bounded by the towns of Port Augusta, Port Pirie and Whyalla
- The Iron Triangle, a junction of three major railroad lines in Fostoria, Ohio
- The Iron Triangle (film), a 1989 Vietnam War film shot in Sri Lanka starring Beau Bridges and Johnny Hallyday
- Nobunaga's Ambition: Iron Triangle, a 1983 game in the Nobunaga's Ambition series
In military operations
- Battle of the Iron Triangle, a battle in the Vietnam War that occurred on May 16, 1974
- Operation Iron Triangle, a military operation in the Iraq War in 2006
- Iron triangle (US politics), a concept in U.S. politics involving a three-sided relationship among Congress, a Federal department or agency, and a particular industry or interest group.
- "Iron Triangle", three core members of President George W. Bush's political inner circle: Karl Rove, Joe Allbaugh, and Karen Hughes
- "Iron triangle", the relationship of the Japan's Liberal Democratic Party, the business sector (keiretsu), and the bureaucracy in post–World War II Japan
- More generally, any self-reinforcing power structure, whether intentional or accidental, formal or informal
In other uses
- Iron Triangle (also called Project triangle or Triple Constraint), a project management concept
- Triangle (instrument), also known as a dinner bell
- Wye (rail), sometimes known as a railroad (iron rail) triangle
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