What Karzai’s election announcement means, Did the F-35 father a new Chinese baby? and more.
How Barack Obama and Mitt Romney measure up on the seven foreign policy issues that really matter.
It's Hamid Karzai's country now, and not everything is black and white.
Why is President Obama's attorney general handing out prizes for sweeping torture under the rug?
Kabul-watchers are rightly worried about what the withdrawal of Western aid money will mean for one of the most impoverished countries on the planet. But everyone's asking the wrong questions.
Why the Pentagon's ad hoc plans to prevent green-on-blue attacks could backfire.
NATO needs to negotiate with the Taliban NOW, before all the troops -- and our leverage -- are gone.
Romney takes on Obama at the first presidential debate, Syria shells Turkey, and Georgia's opposition celebrates a surprise victory.
What's behind the inside attacks on U.S. forces in Afghanistan? The 2014 timeline for withdrawal.
Why did the Pentagon award a $7 million Afghanistan security contract to this group of Native Americans in Oklahoma?
Twelve years after the Taliban blew up the world-famous Bamiyan Buddhas, a Chinese mining firm -- developing one of the world's largest copper deposits -- threatens to destroy another of Afghanistan's archeological treasures.
Three scary questions that keep Pakistanis up at night.
It's time to admit that Obama's Afghanistan strategy is a total failure.
Notes from a general to his active-duty sons on the lessons of Afghanistan.
An exclusive interview with Gen. John Allen, commander of America's forgotten war.
Mitt Romney’s foreign policy would echo the best of America’s bipartisan traditions. But the desperate Obama caricature of it is just a sad indication of how much the president has failed.
Mitt Romney’s foreign policy isn’t an afterthought, it’s a frightening return to a bullying neoconservative ideology -- and Americans should be worried.
Negotiations are the only way forward in Afghanistan. But that doesn't mean they will be easy -- or that the more pragmatic wing of the Taliban will have the upper hand.
Mitt Romney's choice of Paul Ryan as his running mate may be controversial. But it's safe to say he's probably less trouble than these five veeps.
What Army Chief of Staff Gen. Ray Odierno takes with him to the war zone.