The latest news on Afghanistan
Iraq: A huge un-forced error.
10 years after Iraq, author of 2007 surge blames Bush, Obama for American war weariness.
KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — A police officer opened fire on U.S. and Afghan forces inside a police headquarters in eastern Afghanistan on Monday, sparking a firefight that killed two U.S. troops and two other Afghan policemen. The attacker was also killed in the shootout, officials said.
KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel arrived in Afghanistan Friday for his first visit as Pentagon chief, saying that there are plenty of challenges ahead as NATO hands over the country's security to the Afghans.
After 33 years, what happened to Bakhredtin Khakimov is revealed.
Gen. James Mattis tells Senate committee that over 13,000 troops could stay in Afghanistan past 2014.
ISAF denies misconduct claims that prompted Afghan president to ban commandos.
France and its allies face a critical point in preventing yet another protracted war.
Lessons can be learned from interventions in El Salvador, Colombia, and the Philippines.
No one wants to use American troops in Syria, but no moral and sane person wants to continue the bloodshed.