A new summary of the country’s troubles by a special inspector general doesn’t paint an optimistic picture.
Foreign-policy alumni are trying to shake off the “D.C. insider” reputation and sail into Congress.
"We've had weapons brought to this headquarters and given to us by Afghan leaders and [they] said, this was given by the Russians to the Taliban."
The White House is talking tough, but previous U.S. presidents never managed to persuade Islamabad to fight Afghan militants.
As Trump prepares to rally support for the 16-year mission in his State of the Union address, the Pentagon is reluctant to divulge details about the war effort.
The president’s style has been unique, but the substance of his foreign policy is surprisingly familiar.
Why Islamabad isn’t worried about threats to cut off U.S. aid
As U.S. troops draw down, the Afghan military struggles to provide care for its countless wounded soldiers — on the battlefield and at home.
America has no greater friend than Britain. Or had.
The Trump administration brings a new strategy but same old promises to the 16-year war.
There’s no way to ever win against the Taliban if the heroin trade is left to flourish.
Several years after pulling back, American troops will head outside the wire to battle the Taliban and turn up the air war.