The more we learn about the WikiLeaks data-dump, the more complex the "rights" and "wrongs" of its disclosure become
The Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff expresses 140 characters' worth of his views
How and why the WikiLeaks document might matter, even if insiders think it's all old news
The similarities and differences between Wikileaks and the Pentagon Papers, and between Afghanistan and Vietnam
The argument that Stanley McChrystal's departure will keep the U.S. stuck in Afghanistan even longer
A case for staying in Afghanistan until... when, until the "end"
Is "tribalism" the right way to think about Afghanistan?
An argument from the field about how US troops are treating civilians in Afghanistan
The case for cutting losses while we can
The President and two generals make the best of a potential disaster
Is Stanley McChrystal the indispensable man in Afghanistan? Not necessarily.
The larger problems that the McChrystal episode illustrates
There are lines that soldiers may not cross, and there are principles the Commander in Chief must uphold. Gen. McChrystal has crossed one of these lines.