Which way in Afghanistan?
The surge in Afghanistan has achieved its goals, and it's time to start bringing troops home.
With bin Laden gone, strength shifts to al-Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula
Al-Qaida in Pakistan and Afghanistan is fading into irrelevance, but the U.S. still has much to worry about from the terrorist group's Yemen-based offshoot.
Gates to Naval Academy grads: War effort at turning point
Malachowski to be honored at memorial
Schoolkids, Marines save Afghan war puppy
Time to tell Pakistan: Game over
U.S. should no longer tolerate double dealing by its supposed ally, Pakistan
In defense of religious moderation
Religious moderation is not watered-down fundamentalism but a fully formed thought system that can lead to a more peaceful world
Can the U.S. still trust Pakistan?
Can the U.S. trust Pakistan
Forces in Afghanistan put at risk by budget cuts
Obama can't get his story straight on bin Laden
The Obama administration's shifting details of the Osama bin Laden killing should raise suspicion.
Religious terrorism didn't start, won't end with bin Laden
Bin Laden failed in effort to remake Muslim governments
What had to be done
The killing of Osama bin Laden closes an important chapter in our history, and though it does not end the war on terror, it could have a profound psychological effect on our troops and allies — as well as on those who would do us harm.
Md. lawmakers see no change in war plan
Sarbanes should vote to get us out of Afghanistan
American should fund NGOs there but withdraw our military forces
Sarbanes: In Afghanistan, challenge and doubt
Rep. John Sarbanes outlines the challenges we face in Afghanistan and expresses doubt about whether we can overcome them and, if so, whether it will be worth it.
Soldier recalled as family-oriented, responsible
Blame U.S. war for deadly Afghan riots
The U.S. has condemned Quran burning; will Afghans condemn the violence?
U.S. progress in Afghanistan easier for soldiers than civilians to see
Bombing Libya will create desire for retribution
Another opening, another war
War by Sebastian Junger: inside Afghanistan
Super Bowl Sunday in Afghanistan, and Why Sports Matter
State must do better for veterans on campus
Soldier takes AACC courses online in Afghanistan
Talking to terrorists
Military intelligence unit readies for war
Time to withdraw from Afghanistan
The longest war
America's longest war
In latest cache of secrets, little that shocks
The amorality of Wikileaks
The latest from WikiLeaks: gossip
Hero war dog mistakenly put down
In Afghanistan, there's one fight our troops can't win
The Navy goes green
Learning from Wikileaks
An assist for absentee voters
The decline of the independent CIA
Spending millions to kill each terrorist