Regions / Afghanistan
The war in Afghanistan is taking its toll on the hearts and minds of civilians and soldiers.
Gerald J. "G. J." Cassidy's death illustrates how the problem of medical negligence goes beyond the deplorable conditions at Walter Reed Army Medical Center.
No one seems to be listening to the Afghans. We should be.
By withdrawing from Iraq, the United States can learn from the mistakes the Soviet Union made in Afghanistan.
There's no light at the end of the tunnel, laments columnist Conn Hallinan in a comparison of the battle of Basra to the Tet offensive.
The candidates' positions on Iran are not just about war and peace.
Last August, the U.S. military mistakenly sent six nuclear-armed missiles on a cross-country tour of the United States. For 36 hours, no one knew where the nuclear weapons were. OOPS!
U.S. veterans of the Iraq and Afghanistan occupations who testified at the Winter Soldier hearings intend to forge ahead with their efforts to end the Iraq War by revealing its reality.
The violence in Afghanistan is on the upsurge, Conn Hallinan reports, and the United States is increasingly isolated in its military approach.
U.S. veterans who served in Iraq and Afghanistan change the conversation.