Unless a so-called Bilateral Security Agreement is reached soon
James Clapper says Hamid Karzai probably won’t strike a deal for U.S. troops to stay
An IG report on Afghan aid and an interview with a terrorist suspect show why the U.S. is a long way from ending the war on terror
Only 17% of Americans support the war in a new poll
How rushing an aircraft to war led to corner-cutting that killed four Americans
The greasy stain in Afghanistan is spreading the wrong way
He is the most decorated Army officer since the Vietnam War
The Navy is seeking outside help — complete with fake mullahs and warlords — to train them
The talks open the possibility that by the time the U.S. formally ends its combat missions in 2014 there will at least be some “de-escalation” in the conflict.
The Afghan president went on a tirade supposedly about how the Taliban were virtually in collusion with the U.S.—just in …
Closing smaller bases is the first step in what the military calls retrograde–the arduous and complex process of bringing home all of the U.S.’s equipment in Afghanistan.
With the help of photographer Yuri Kozyrev, TIME documents the winding down of the twelve-year war.
After dismantling and repatriating the U.S. presence in Afghanistan, the guidelines for the next war – or humanitarian catastrophe, will be more clear.