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As of the middle of the day on August 13, 2021, the Taliban controls roughly half of Afghanistan. Two decades … Continue reading The humiliating end of the War in Afghanistan
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9 /11 was, for those who remember it vividly, terrifying. It’s right there in the world “terrorism.” On that day, … Continue reading After two decades, Congress is repealing the president’s nearly unlimited war power
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