Fifteen years after the Iraq war, they're redrawing the map of the region—much to the displeasure of surrounding powers.
The North Korea debate shows the enduring attraction of "preventive war."
The conflicts change, but the factors influencing the quality of the coverage—including ignorance, confusion, and competition—stay consistent.
The U.S. is destined to keep overlearning the lessons of the last conflict.
Fifteen years after the U.S. invasion, there’s no satisfying answer to the question: What were we doing in Iraq anyway?
U.S. forces invaded the country 15 years ago this week—and left behind a booming trade in looted artifacts.
Conflict and politics got in the way.