The United States wages a drone war in Yemen, trying to suppress al-Qaida’s branch there. And the 16-year campaign has had a concealed cost: civilian lives.
Every year, we go through the motion of thanking our troops, without ever re-examining why we're fighting these wars in the first place.
Germany halted arms sales, but the U.S. keeps lucrative defense deals even as it condemns the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
Saudi-led coalition airstrikes and shelling killed at least 4,489 civilians since the beginning of 2016, according to new research.
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.
Donald Trump maintains that weapons manufacturers generate 1 million jobs. A new Reuters report suggests that number is wildly overstated.
Secretary of Defense James Mattis and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo push for a conclusion to the Saudi-backed quagmire.
We revere our troops as warriors. But it's dangerous to believe their mere presence in the Greater Middle East can achieve the miraculous.