Two unclassified after-action reports shine a new—if one-sided—light on the evacuation.
Grandstanding in the midst of chaos is a bad look.
A humanitarian crisis made worse by shameful delays.
For years, American troops fought a ‘forever war’ to delay the inevitable. It’s now coming.
President Trump’s Afghanistan policy sounds awfully familiar, and it’s likely to lead to the same results.
America’s longest war is still going on, and President Trump’s advisers want him to continue his predecessor’s policies of continuing to re-expand American forces in a war that has seemingly no end.
The plan to withdraw nearly all American forces from Afghanistan by the end of 2016 is being put on hold.
You thought the American combat role in Afghanistan would end on December 31st? Think again.
U.S. troops will be in Afghanistan for at least the next three years.
Before leaving office, Hamid Karzai is once again biting that hand that has fed him for the past decade.
There’s a declared winner in Afghanistan’s Presidential Election, but a cloud hangs over the results.
An imperfect timetable, but better than nothing.
Afghanistan’s outgoing President says that his nation doesn’t need American troops to stay after the end of the year.
Hamid Karzai’s refusal to sign a new security agreement may result in all U.S. troops leaving Afghanistan by the end of the year.
A new book by former SecDef Robert Gates is making political waves in Washington power circles, but will it matter to ordinary Americans?
A new poll finds the American public far less supportive of the idea of the U.S. as the world’s policeman.
Frustrations with the mercurial leader of Afghanistan may increase the pace of the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan.
The United States is currently negotiating for a U.S. troop presence in Afghanistan after 2014, but they’re not sharing their plans with the American people.
The idea of completely pulling out of Afghanistan after 2014 is very compelling.
The Afghanistan War is officially eleven years old today.
From one Nobel Peace Prize winner to another.