interviews

Emma Sky on How to Fix Iraq and Defeat ISIS

You write that the rise of ISIS in Iraq was not inevitable but a function of failed policies on the ...
interviews

Should Women Fight Alongside U.S. Special Forces?

Your book details the death of the first woman to die in an all-women unit called the Cultural Support Team ...
interviews

Are We at our Norman Angell Moment with China?

Christopher Cokers new book, The Improbable War: China, The United States and Logic of Great Power Conflict, opens with a discussion of ...
opinion

The NFLs Phony Patriotism

On the face of it, the photo looks inspirational: Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman posing next to three men in ...
opinion

Is Afghanistan Turning a Corner?

The news since 2001 from Afghanistan has been steady drumbeat of bleak headlines. With the exception of the occasional good ...
features

This Week in War

All things war for the Week of 27 April through 1 May 2015. North America In America, large-scale protests and looting ...
features

This Week in War

All things war for the week of 12 to 17 April, 2015. North America In case you missed, some people ...
interviews

A Conversation with Christian Appy on the Fragility of American ...

Your book, American Reckoning: The Vietnam War and Our National Identity (Viking), discusses this syndrome of “No More Vietnams,” which ...
features

This Week in War

All things war for the week of 8 to 13 March 2015. North America In America, Hillary Clinton continued to take fire for ...
interviews

Nicolaus Mills on Army-Navy Football, Vietnam, and Brotherhood in War

When West Point won the Army-Navy Game of 1964, it fulfilled the dreams of teammates who had suffered defeats at ...