The Account of How We Nearly Caught Osama bin Laden in 2001
August 25, 2014
We nearly captured Osama bin Laden just three months after the September 11 attacks.
The Jihadis Who've Flocked to Syria Really Might be in Madrid or Milwaukee Before Long
June 24, 2014
The discredited idea of terrorist "bleedout" makes a comeback
The country's in crisis amid allegations of election fraud.
International law says that when a conflict ends, prisoners of war must be sent home.
The GOP Will Regret Overreaching on Bergdahl
June 05, 2014
It's unseemly. It's hypocritical. And it's going to backfire.
I Was a Marine in Afghanistan
June 04, 2014
The POW loomed ever-present. And it was not a welcome presence.
Most conservatives aren't arguing that the U.S. should have left Bowe Bergdahl behind, but it's the inescapable conclusion of their opportunistic critique.
The speech was a valuable retreat from mindless saber-rattling, but it didn’t provide much guidance to West Point's cadets or foreign policy planners in Washington.
Afghan Tales, a traveling photo exhibition, aims to counter the stereotypical vision of Afghanistan with images of daily life in the war-torn country.
And he's willing to do whatever it takes—starting with his warlord running mate.