Tag: Afghanistan War
The real lesson of Afghanistan is that regime change does not...
A world in which war is normal and peace is out of reach is no more survivable or sustainable than a world where the atmosphere gets hotter every year.
Why ending the Afghan war won’t end the killing
The imperial debris of war.
How America’s wars end (messily)
And the Afghan war will be no exception.
‘Unprecedented:’ UN finds US-backed forces killed more Afghan civilians than Taliban...
"It's not just my family, there are dozens of families just like mine who have been lost in bombings. The people have no power... We are the ones who are dying."
ACLU: The US is acting like an authoritarian regime by barring...
In September, national security adviser John Bolton threatened U.S. sanctions against ICC judges if they continued to investigate alleged war crimes committed by U.S. troops in Afghanistan.
Enough folded flags: Military families speak out against the Afghanistan War
A nation that doesn't remember the people sent to fight on its behalf has no business sending more.
An Afghan woman’s reflection on Afghanistan post 9/11
What has the US really gained in this ongoing, never-ending travesty? And by what measurement do we assess any progress?
The war piece to end all war pieces
“So think of this as the war piece to end all war pieces. And let the repetition begin!"
The legacy of infinite war
Special ops, generational struggle, and the Cooperstown of commandos.
Trump’s recycling program
In many countries, covering up war crimes would itself merit prosecution; in Washington, it earns a promotion.