A decade ago, Nick Turse embarked on a quest to cover what the U.S. military was doing in Africa.
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The War-Torn & Dispossessed Worldwide
Arbitrary borders, miserly aid and cruel policies ensure that those most victimized by conflict will remain adrift, writes Nick Turse.
The War on Terror Is a Success — for Terror
Nick Turse reports on the proliferation of U.S. military targets since U.S. Congress gave successive presidents an essentially free hand to make war around the world.
Pentagon’s 20-Year Killing Spree
U.S. government policies have treated civilians as expendable, writes Norman Solomon. Meanwhile truth tellers such as Julian Assange, Chelsea Manning and Nathan Hale get punished for what they expose.
The Names You’ll Never Know
A civilian deaths memorial could zig zag across the U.S., suggests Nick Turse. It could keep extending westwards, in a way that would spur Americans’ interest in their nation’s history and conflicts abroad.
A Wide World of War Porn
While I don’t have a human skull in my closet, my atrocity collection is arguably far more gruesome, writes Nick Turse.
Forever Wars: Will They Ever End?
The wars since Sept. 11 are part of Joe Biden’s legacy, writes Nick Turse. But the president-elect enters the White House with an opportunity to make good on his pledge to end them.
A Convergence of Calamities
Nick Turse reports on a humanitarian catastrophe that has only begun to unfold and has already uprooted more people than during all of World War II.
US Commandos Deployed to 141 Countries
They made their way to 72 percent of the nations on this planet, Nick Turse reports. And criminal misconduct followed.
As World Looks Away, Death Stalks Democratic Republic of Congo
From the eastern DRC, Nick Turse reports on one of the most enduring catastrophes on the planet.