Even after the armistice was signed ending World War I, the doughboys clashed with Russian forces 100 years ago.
At a hearing on Venezuela held by the House Foreign Affairs Committee, Omar pressed Abrams, the newly appointed special envoy for Venezuela, on his involvement in the Iran-Contra scandal and more.
Before midcentury was a household name, the State Department used MoMA's "Good Design" exhibitions to sell the American vision of consumerism abroad.
Trump might well wrap up the war in Afghanistan, but only by giving up on America's original goals.
War mongers have a lot of time on their hands to dream up hypothetical scenarios.
As struggling recruiters scramble to understand memes and neck tattoos, two active duty service members give us their view of being 22 and in uniform.
Would you sign up to spend months at a time in a metal tube full of nukes?
As a woman who had worked in Afghanistan alongside two teams of Green Berets — one open-minded and mission-oriented, the other prone to sexism and insularity — my success had been dependent on whether I was supported and respected by my male colleagues.
Soldier, sailor, airman, Marine, Coast Guardsman and … ?
In order to recruit the dogs that would be needed, the military released an appeal to the public asking that they donate any unwanted pets they might have, and in the face of the widespread food rations at the time more than enough people were happy to comply.
For years, animal rights advocates have waged war against the US Navy for its use of dolphins in warfare and research. Is a resolution possible?
Nuclear tourism traces the impressions of unimaginable devastation in the remote Nevada desert
A study looking at two very similar Tunisian towns, one with union activity and one without, has yielded an interesting idea.
It’s official. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo just announced that the U.S. will withdraw from the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) treaty with Russia, a landmark agreement first signed in 1987 that helped protect the world from nuclear war.
"Small Soldiers"?pits two factions against each other in the most brutal war the world has ever known.
Jeff Bezos’s company hosts top secret CIA data and powers the US immigration case management system. Now it’s poised to take on a $10bn Pentagon project
Photographer?Akram Abdulwahab Agha?documents the crimes of the Islamic State after they devastated?his home city.
Sabre International Security employed guards for the Canadian embassy in Kabul. When a bombing left many of them dead or wounded, the company vanished.
The US and the Taliban are approaching a peace deal. But a new survey suggests a key component of national security is getting worse.
After nine years of halting efforts to reach a peace deal with the Taliban, the draft framework, though preliminary, is the biggest tangible step toward ending a two-decade war that has cost tens of thousands of lives and profoundly changed American foreign policy.
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