What effect will the reduction in troops in Iraq that Obama has promised have on defense spending?
Three US special forces soldiers were killed in northwest Pakistan this week, confirming that the US military is more deeply engaged on the ground in Pakistan than previously acknowledged by the White House and Pentagon.
The Chilcot Inquiry's lesson is the terrible cost to any country that defines the national interest as standing shoulder to shoulder with Washington.
Anand Gopal details the inhumane treatment of prisoners caught in secret Afghan prisons on US military bases.
Secretary of Defense Robert Gates chooses a movie--and it happens to be about a military coup in the US.
Gen. David Petraeus pays a visit to Georgetown, where he takes questions but doesn't always answer them.
On September 16, 2007, Blackwater employees killed at least 14 Iraqis in the infamous Nisour Square massacre. The youngest victim was nine-year-old Ali Kinani. In this exclusive interview, produced for Democracy Now by The Nation's Jeremy Scahill and Richard Rowley of Big Noise Films, Ali's father Mohammed talks about his son, the shootings, and his struggle to win justice.
In this interview with Tom Dispatch, Anand Gopal talks about his how he learned about an unreported network of U.S. secret prisons in Afghanistan.
Villagers and human rights officials accuse the United States military of torturing suspects in hidden detention centers.