The Trump administration is reportedly going into the Iraq reconstruction conference in Kuwait with no plans to help pay for the effort.
If Russia was involved, it may be a sign of Vladimir Putin’s determination to assert the prerogatives of his nation's sphere of influence in Syria.
In today’s climate of budget-busting “defense” appropriations, isn’t it finally time for Americans to apply a little logic to our disastrous pattern of war-making?
The American public’s lack of attention to the president’s violent and dangerous foreign policy helps explain our ongoing wars.
The move comes after the U.S. announces it will arm and train a Kurdish force to police Syria’s borders to ensure Islamic State does not re-emerge.
Since U.S. commandos went to war in 2001, the size of Special Operations Command has doubled. As its numbers have grown, so has its global reach.
More than a decade and a half after an American president spoke of 60 or more countries as potential targets, we finally have a visual representation of the true extent of the war on terror.
As we head into the new year, let’s keep ourselves inspired by the hard work of folks at home and abroad who gave us something to cheer about for 2017.