Afghanistan

Sarah Lazare, staff writer
General John F. Campbell pictured in Kabul, Afghanistan, Saturday, May 23, 2015. (Photo: Allauddin Khan/AP)
If the highest ranking U.S. and NATO military commander in Afghanistan gets his way, America's longest official war could become even more protracted. Army General John Campbell said in a USA Today article published on Tuesday that he wants to keep the 9,800 American troops currently in Afghanistan there for as long as possible—and is considering...
Nadia Prupis, staff writer
There is "strong" evidence that the U.S. military attack on a Doctors Without...
Lauren McCauley, staff writer
Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF)delivered over 540,000 signatures on Wednesday to the White House echoing the organization's call for an independent investigation. (Photo: MSF-USA/ Twitter)
Wearing white lab coats, workers with the international humanitarian...

Further

Amidst the surreal vengeful spectacle of the Swift-Boating of the Bergdahl family - the "hero" son turned dazed "traitor," the death threats against longsuffering nuanced parents turned just plain weird, all presumably for "questioning the imperial expansion project in Afghanistan" - an un-recruiting video by one who knows and a moving portrait of Bob Bergdahl, a thoughtful "father who just wants his son back," but who also determinedly, admirably and evidently unacceptably seeks to understand...