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Anti-War Sentiment Is Now Mainstream in the House
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An Iran Deal Architect Watches It Get Nuked
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Trump May Not Want War, but He May Still Get One
War With Iran Wouldn’t Be Like Iraq. It Would Be Worse.
The Author of World War Z Is Worried About Germ Warfare
How Much Has the War in Afghanistan Cost and What Should That Mean for the Future?
Why You Haven’t Heard of Silver Star Recipient Willie Miller, One of the NFL’s Greatest Heroes
Trump’s Farcical National Emergency Plan Should Fail—but It Might Not
The U.S. Should Withdraw From Afghanistan, but Not Like This
Trump Reportedly Will Cut U.S. Troop Levels in Afghanistan in Half, a First Step in Total Withdrawal From 17-Year Conflict
These U.S. Allies Are Among the Countries With the Highest Risk for Mass Killings
November Was the Deadliest Month Since 2015 of the 17-Years-and-Counting War in Afghanistan
World War I Didn’t End for Everyone in 1918. And It’s Still Shaping Politics Today.
Interview With an Old Person: John Noble, 81, on Vietnam, Family, and Public Service
Historians Are Using Facial Recognition Software to Identify People in Civil War Photographs