The senator joins our foreign-policy columnist to talk about America’s withdrawal from Afghanistan, and how the nation’s short memory imperils its security.
The first Islamist group to congratulate the Taliban for its victory.
The victims were targeted as Americans. Why hasn’t that blunt and inescapable fact been placed at the center of our account twenty years later?
America has been learning and forgetting the lessons of 2001 for decades. It’s now in the midst of forgetting them again. Will the same result follow?
Will the desire to recreate imperial Persia outweigh shared hostility to the U.S.?
It’s no friend of the Taliban, but the Taliban will never restrain it from attacking the West.
There is much concern over pronouns and microaggressions, and little for teenage girls being sold into slavery.
Those who wish to wage jihad against the U.S. have received a moral and logistical boost.
A setback in the great-power competition.
A lesson from southeast Asia.
Perceiving American weakness, Arabs and Israelis will have to work together.
The consequences to the U.S. could be deadly.
Could it seek to create a new Iraq or Syria?
Another once-flourishing community comes to an end.