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
CIA officials paid Polish intelligence $15 million for use of secret prison, says Washington Post
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Burned by Iraq in 2008, but still a strong voice for military action
Former defense secretary begins week-long publicity push
Pentagon plans to continue air-dropping supplies to shrinking number of U.S. troops
Former Secretary of Defense Robert Gates has harsh words for Vice President Joe Biden’s foreign policy judgement in his soon-to-be-released memoir.
According to the New York Times, which obtained an early copy of the memoir, …
Will the U.S.’s longest war teach it the right lesson?
Only 17% of Americans support the war in a new poll
Millions in non-lethal gear to be sold to cheapest—and fastest—bidders
It’s not only the troops suffering from war’s mental ravages