Nick Turse is the managing editor of TomDispatch.com and a fellow at Type Investigations, An award-winning investigative journalist, he has written for The New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, and The Nation, and is a contributing writer for The Intercept. His latest book is Next Time They’ll Come to Count the Dead: War and Survival in South Sudan. Turse’s New York Times bestseller Kill Anything That Moves: The Real American War in Vietnam received a 2014 American Book Award.
Despite US military efforts, maritime insecurity has been markedly on the rise in the waters off West Africa.
A new internal investigation reveals just how poorly US African Command has handled its humanitarian missions.
A man-made famine in South Sudan is brutal evidence of the limits of American nation-building in Africa.
If you want to know what US forces are doing in Africa, it helps to be connected to a large engineering or construction firm looking for business.
The officers running secret operations there have been calling Africa "the battlefield of tomorrow, today."
The Pentagon’s whitewashed history of the Vietnam War provokes troubling questions about how the invasion of Iraq will one day be remembered.