Fifteen years after invading Afghanistan in pursuit of the 9/11 attackers, the U.S. is bombing a half-dozen more countries
The child is small, alone, covered in blood and dust, dropped in the back of an ambulance with his feet dangling off the edge of a too-big chair.
An analysis of the size, scope and the role of the Netherlands
The recent attacks in Orlando, USA and Nice, France in the past two weeks were perpetrated by Islamic State group-aligned lone attackers, or what is commonly referred to as "lone wolves".
Nussaibah Younis, Atlantic Council senior fellow, says the idea of intervening in Syria has been affected by memories of U.S. intervention in Iraq — and not necessarily for the better.
Thinking Through the Unthinkable
There's a gaping security hole in eight popular models.