The respected journalist, author, and senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations analyzes recent U.S. foreign policy shifts in Afghanistan and Syria.
The decorated war veteran discusses his new novel Green On Blue, which is inspired by his own experiences in Afghanistan, and is told from the perspective of a young Afghan orphan.
Junger describes his latest documentary on the war in Afghanistan, Korengal, which picks up where his Oscar-nominated Restrepo left off.
A policy expert on Afghanistan, the best-selling author and former journalist weighs in on that country’s historic presidential and provincial elections.
Lemmon—the best-selling author of The Dressmaker of Khair Khana—assesses the escalation of the humanitarian crisis in Syria.
The Washington Post associate editor weighs in on the war in Afghanistan—which he writes about in his new text, Little America, and whether the U.S. should continue to fund it.
Author of the best seller Outlaw Platoon, Parnell shares the horrific event that he experienced on his first day of combat and discusses the need for more support for vets returning home.
The former senator—and senior member of the Senate Foreign Relations committee—shares his thoughts on the deteriorating relationship between the U.S. and Syria.
The award-winning Rolling Stone writer and author of The Operators explains why he feels he received so much access from former ISAF commander, Gen. Stanley McChrystal.
Oregon’s first-term senator explains why he feels the U.S. should stop lingering in Afghanistan and outlines how America is suffering domestically as a result of its mission there.