Afghanistan

Blue restaurant marquee with white lettering against red-and-brown brick walls and yellow cautionary tape

Racist Trolls Force Yelp to Shut Down Ahmad Khan Rahami's Family's Restaurant Page

Yelp spokesperson: “Reviews aren’t the place for rants about a business’s employment practices, political ideologies, extraordinary circumstances, or other matters that don’t address the core of the consumer experience.”

ISIS and the Cost of War

Unfinished business in Iraq and Afghanistan shows us that scaling up the military campaign against ISIS will create severe costs that won’t be shouldered equally by all Americans.

The Nightmare of War Finds an Outlet in Jazz, Poetry from Vets

Musician Mike Ladd and jazz pianist and composer Vijay Iyer explore the emotional toll of war on veterans of color.

A Prosthetic Nose for Time Mag's Aisha Won't Beautify Our Wars

The Afghan teen is a symbol for many things, but war-making isn’t one of them.

Iraq Vets Return to a Country Not Ready to Truly Support Them

The Iraq drawdown rearranges misguided priorities rather than creating new ones–like job creation, health care and family support.

How Time's Aisha Cover Obscures the Horror of War

Featuring a woman’s mutilation outside of the context in which the horror has happened both obscures the reality of the situation and conceals those who are responsible.

Time Pictures Afghan Women, Obscures Realities of Endless War

Just plaster a disfigured female victim on the cover, and presto–instant war morale!