Ukrainians are welcome; others are pushed back.
On Sunday I returned from a 10-day reporting trip to Eastern Ukraine, where pro-Russian separatists control two areas not officially recognized by…
In Front Toward Enemy: War, Veterans, and the Homefront, Daniel R. Green uses his own experiences with war from having served five military and civilian…
Plenty of media have run stories on the veterans who are working to bring home Afghans who worked alongside Americans abroad. They’re known as members…
This essay originally appeared on TomDispatch.com. As a parting shot, on its way out of Afghanistan, the United States military launched a drone attack…
One of the programs that did not make it into the final draft of my Washington Post story in Tuesday’s “Health” section was the BRAVEMIND VR Exposure…
A patient who was seriously injured in a car crash, which killed the other driver, and experiences severe PTSD cannot find therapy that quells their…
On January 20th, 1961, in his inaugural address, President John F. Kennedy Jr. made clear the pledge of the American people: the nation “shall pay any…
There is no doubt one question left unanswered as we witness the daily advances made by the Taliban in Afghanistan: what difference did an American…
After doom-scrolling through my social media feeds on the afternoon of Jan. 6, now known as the Capitol insurrection, I wanted to engage with the…
Through a thicket of brush, we push deeper into the forest. Our small group stops at the edge of a clearing. Mangled twigs lay across what seems like a…
A note to readers I’m changing my publishing frequency to roughly twice-weekly, with the same mix of original reporting, analysis, and exclusive Q&As…