Leaving Afghanistan because of domestic political pressure would be deeply wrong, writes James Snell.
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Andrew Noakes of the Labour Campaign for Human Rights asks a pertinent question: what if the war on terror has turned out differently?
Obama: The drone President?
David Cameron and Ed Miliband debated Afghanistan, food banks and “One Nation” at the last Prime Minister’s Questions before Christmas today.
NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen tells us we are near the end of our mission in Afghanistan, but are we really?
Caroline Mortimer reports on the final American presidential debate where Obama scored a triumphant win on foreign policy and security.
Matthew E Carn examines the law as it relates to the case of the seven Royal Marines arrested on suspicion of murder in Helmand province, Afghanistan.
TweetAfter a spate of green on blue attacks, attacks by uniformed Afghan police on NATO forces, NATO has announced that they are scaling back joint operations. This development goes to the very heart of the problems facing the future of NATO’s mission in Afghanistan. With departure marked for 2014, a mere two years away, delivering […]
Why are so few of the seasoned war correspondents uwilling to stick their necks out and reveal the West’s failing efforts in Afghanistan?
As the NATO summit on Afghanistan approaches, former infantry officer Patrick Bury addresses the imminent strategic failure of an unpopular war.