War in Afghanistan (2001-)
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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.
Given the state of al Qaeda in the Middle East and Africa, it is premature to declare victory.
France and its allies face a critical point in preventing yet another protracted war.
During his State of the Union, President Obama showed he isn't listening to the American people when it comes to foreign policy.
Obama made a few splashes in the foreign and security policy arena in Tuesday's State of the Union address.
Executive officer, sniper team leader included in latest charges of urinating on enemy corpses.
Ambassador says strikes are 'counterproductive' and 'a violation of international law.'
LONDON (AP) — British soldiers in Afghanistan have been issued with surveillance drones so small they can fit in the palm of a man's hand.
Experts say the Secretary of Defense nominee's pledges may be impossible.