For the first time in U.S. history, women are fighting alongside their male their male counterparts—so far 110 have died in Iraq and Afghanistan
A soldier-historian looks at how the world has changed in the past decade and finds that America is both hostage to history and likely to be saved by it
A year after the September attacks, it has become clear that ours is a very old enemy.
DID AMERICANS BEHAVE BETTER BACK THEN?
How our technologies are still our allies
Facing a nearly invisible enemy, we all may be subjected to new kinds of government scrutiny. But past wars suggest the final result may be greater freedom.
Our government called the terror attacks on our country an act of war and replied with a declaration of war on terrorism. What can history teach us about our prospects in such a war?