Kunduz Déjà Vu

One year after the U.S. attack on the MSF hospital in Kunduz, I returned to the site of the massacre. The facility is still in ruins, and the Taliban are closing in on the city. Again.


Will FARC and Colombia Return to the Battlefield?

After a failed referendum, what comes next will determine whether war or peace breaks out.


Why the India-Pakistan War Over Water Is So Dangerous

As New Delhi and Islamabad trade nuclear threats and deadly attacks, a brewing war over shared water resources threatens to turn up the violence.


New Philippine Leader Wants to Boot U.S. Commandos as ISIS Seeks a Foothold

U.S. Special Forces helped Manila weaken a virulent Islamist insurgency. But Duterte is talking about pushing out the Americans as fears rise over the Islamic State.

The Cable

Bombing Suspect Arrested After Gunbattle, While Clinton and Trump Trade Barbs Over Security

The GOP nominee spars with his Democratic rival and the White House over how to prevent the kind of attacks seen in Minnesota, New York and New Jersey after arrest of U.S. citizen of Afghan descent.

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