The U.S. is effectively fighting both sides of Yemen's ongoing civil war, with no clear definition of what victory looks like.
A snap election in Turkey, announced earlier this month, briefly put residents of Northern Syria on edge ahead of a threatened incursion by Turkish forces. Now, it's back to life-as-usual.
An anti-war movement that embraces authoritarianism and conspiracy theories is an anti-war movement that will lead us to more war.
Many feel as if the military actions of the U.S., U.K., and France were ineffectual and not intended to actually protect many of the country's beleaguered people.
Opinions vary on the ethics of Trump's weekend airstrikes, but everyone agrees that they will do little to halt the Assad administration's reported use of chemical weapons.
The journalist and novelist discusses her new novel about a Syrian refugee—and the power and reach of the young adult genre.
Lebanese Kurds take part in a protest near the European Commission offices in Beirut on January 28th, 2018, against the ongoing Turkish military campaign in the Kurdish-held Syrian enclave of Afrin.
With Special Operations Command personnel making up an increasingly large share of troop levels abroad, the government mandate for wartime transparency becomes less binding.
Chechen military involvement in the fight against ISIS is unprecedented.
Protesters hold placards during the annual Ashura march in Marble Arch on October 1st, 2017, in London, England.
How many civilian casualties is the U.S. willing to face in order to accomplish its goal of defeating ISIS?
Analysts are watching the White House to see whether it's U.S. interests or the Trump administration's connection to Russia guiding policy abroad.