Osama bin Laden

The Forever Wars

The 20 years since 9-11 have seen many changes to U.S. foreign policy—not many of them good.

By Laura Rozen

Bourne Again

The choice of the scalpel over the machete was consistent with the President’s sensibility. That we could wield it with such care and accuracy—after a decade of flubs, of wild machete swings, of failure after failure—was just as surprising as the outcome of the mission.

By Elbert Ventura

The Death of Fear

While it is always strange to celebrate a death, the death of a terrible fear is very much worth celebrating.

By Ethan Porter