For twenty years experts in Washington DC have recommended staying in Afghanistan until it was a stabilized, western-style democracy. In reality, that's a permanent military occupation and a forever war. Instead of listening to these failed experts, we ought to listen to soldiers like ret. Lt. Col. Daniel L. Davis, who knew over a decade ago that we must withdraw from Afghanistan.
The negotiated deadline for a military withdrawal from Afghanistan is less than two months away. President Biden must commit to following the peace process negotiated by Donald Trump, or he will own the disastrous war and the miasma that follows.
Author and former presidential candidate Pat Buchanan looks at the foreign policy situation President Biden finds himself with six weeks into office, and concludes that from Afghanistan to Syria, Biden appears tempted to continue our "forever wars" indefinitely.
Former congressman and presidential candidate Ron Paul says President Joe Biden's airstrikes on Syria Thursday are worthy of impeachment, as he joins the other recent commander in chiefs who initiated military action without congressional authorization.
After twenty years of fighting, American leaders must recognize that the Taliban have won the war in Afghanistan. The only way for the United States to win now is to cut our losses and bring our troops home, argues Matt Purple.
Recent statements given by administration officials indicate that the United States is planning to maintain a military occupation of Iraq for decades, if not indefinitely. This continuation of war is illegal, costly, and harmful to the security of the American people.
In a new letter to President Joe Biden, Rep. Andy Biggs (R-AZ) advises that the United States should remain on the current military time table and withdraw all troops from Afghanistan by May, lest it become a "slippery slope."