These days everything our military touches turns to dust. It's possible this war is already over, only Washington won't concede it.
On the occasion of the death of former president, I’d like to reflect on the meaning of his presidency for American foreign policy in the region.
It is time to acknowledge this is more than political. We can lose on the battlefield, and it's happening right now.
While wishing U.S. soldiers a happy Thanksgiving, the president pats himself on the back and lashes out at his political opponents.
The attack in Kabul wounds more 80 at a celebration of the Prophet Muhammad's birthday.
He devastated a region and has the blood of hundreds of thousands on his hands. Only in America can a war criminal win a liberty medal.
We revere our troops as warriors. But it's dangerous to believe their mere presence in the Greater Middle East can achieve the miraculous.
Decades after the Vietnam War, natives of the Mekong Delta share their stories of loss, hardship and enduring suffering.
Ph.D. candidate and war veteran Lyle Jeremy Rubin explores his disillusionment with liberals, whose anti-war politics are anything but.