War on Terror

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

Pilotless Program

Drones have made possible a new kind of war. But unmanned warfare has brought with it the danger of foreign policy on autopilot.

By Linda Robinson

Dark Matters

America’s terror courts will continue to exist because they spare U.S. officials from public accountability.

By Jane Mayer

Intellectual Firepower

New threats require new think tanks.

By John A. Nagl

The Word War

Whatever happened to the "War on Terror"?

By Andrei Cherny