Despite U.S. elimination efforts since the 2001 invasion, production of the drug crop is much higher.
Opium is an ever-larger source of funds and legitimacy for the once anti-drug Afghan insurgency.
Addiction in the top producer country is changing.
Following the fall of the Taliban, Kamila Sidiqi has taken full advantage of the new rights afforded to women.
Why the U.S. would be wise to disregard Netanyahu’s counsel on Iran, for everyone’s sake.
Afghan women train as midwives at a clinic in order to help save lives in their villages.
The consequences of the lengthy failure of the United States to address Afghan corruption.
Polio is still a big problem for poor, war torn countries.
The power sharing agreement in Afghanistan has no basis in law or popular support.
What do U.S. politicians mean when they say they want to save Syria?