War in Afghanistan (2001-)
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The camps are filled with tribal families fleeing Pakistani military operations and U.S. airstrikes.
Tribalism and geography of 11th-century state would make fight even tougher, writes Christopher Brown.
Even soldiers stuck in mountain camps will get to see the Super Bowl.
Army can't rebuild Iraq, Afghanistan without help, say scholars Antonia Chayes and Dipali Mukhopadhyay.
After years of tough deployments in Iraq and Afghanistan, the military struggles to retain soldiers.
7,000 families of soldiers killed in Iraq or Afghanistan received letters addressing them as John Doe.
Obama has pledged to devote more resources to the war, but the insurgency keeps getting stronger.
Insurgents are alternately stealing and destroying vital equipment and supplies bound for U.S. bases.
The militias, which would be aimed at improving security, are modeled on a similar effort in Iraq.
Study warns the final tab could hit $1.7 trillion, while another blasts U.S. reconstruction efforts.