The Middle Eastern nation's climate stresses are worsening, raising the prospect of a hotter, drier future for a country that has already seen widespread devastation.
While Trump is in Paris to commemorate the end of World War I, we should learn from that bloody episode that, among other things, we cannot credit politicians who promise us a short, glorious war.
The Army has delayed the release of a 1,300-page internal war study. Some fear it's unwilling to accept responsibility for its failures.
Decades after the Vietnam War, natives of the Mekong Delta share their stories of loss, hardship and enduring suffering.
Director Alexandria Bombach tells Truthdig how she avoided exploiting her subject's traumatic past in making her new documentary, “On Her Shoulders.”
Despite portraying Trump as a threat to world peace, the political press nonetheless treats future military conflict as an inevitability.
Let’s consider the last decades of American war-making in the context of insider attacks.
The 1 percent and the military-industrial complex completely dominate our politics. We can no longer pretend we're living in a democracy.