The commando raid in Yemen, “success” or catastrophe?
Charles Glass with news and analysis
Journalist and war correspondent Tony Cheng reports on the fighting in Mosul.
Iraqi writers envision what their country will be like 100 years after the American invasion of 2003
Monday 3/27 – Andoud al-Anoud – Iraq +100 – Iraqi writers envision what their country will be like 100 years after the American invasion of 2003
Author 'Shadow Force'
'The military-industrial complex’ adds private contractors, loses control
THURSDAY 3/16 David Isenberg, author SHADOW FORCE “The military-industrial complex’ adds private contractors, loses control.
Thursday 3/2 Amb. Steven Pifer
Ukraine still in crisis: where does President Trump stand?
Thursday 3/2 Amb. Steven Pifer – Brookings Institution – Ukraine still in crisis: where does President Trump stand?
Dr. Andrew Lustig
Global Outreach Doctors
Providing medical care for refugees from the Battle for Mosul
Dr. Andrew Lustig – Global Outreach Doctors – Providing medical care for refugees near Mosul.
Richard Lardner, Associated Press: The US Military’s online war against Islamic State recruitment
Who’s been killing those pro-Russian Ukrainian paramilitary commanders?
Turkey’s President goes for more power, while his economy goes for the bottom
Al-Monitor columnist Pinar Tremblay discusses Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and an upcoming constitutional referendum that seeks to consolidate more power in the presidency.
The tempo of military life is usually summed up as “hurry up and wait.” But for 4000 American soldiers based at Fort Carson, Colorado, the formula was reversed over the past year. What started as un-urgent and generic training for potential exercises in Europe, became a sharply-focused, quickly-executed deployment to Poland. It’s the largest deployment of US troops to Europe since the Cold War ended more than 25 years ago, and it is the first ever US military presence…
2-time Pulitzer Prize winning AP bureau chief Muhammed Muheisen describes his work this winter in refugee camps.