The idealists' argument for going to war
Assessing the past 10 years of war
A "strong" president who at times chose to be weak
Ten years after the invasion of Iraq, what will we let ourselves learn?
Maybe 'threat inflation' is even more widespread than we thought.
Ten years ago this month, the United States made one of the biggest strategic mistakes since its founding. We can barely stand to think back, but we should.
Did anything useful come of the invasion of Iraq? Perhaps -- if only in the lessons it might provide.
The war in Iraq: too easily forgotten by some who should remember
The Administration has promised to double U.S. exports. Here's an unexpected frontier in that effort.
Julian Assange can be accused of many things, but not of treason against the United States.
Let's not rewrite history about the war in Iraq
An Atlantic author from 1958, with insights on the Afghanistan of 2010
A reader writes in support of our cover-story analysis; I dissent from one of our commenters.
More WikiLeaks reactions, including links to a large number of other videos.
More on the moral calculus of the shooting we see on film.
Should the shocking footage from Baghdad have stayed bottled up?
The lesson of the footage for future wars.
Three items, one very disturbing, involving the role of the press.