Ann Jones

Ann Jones has a new book published today: They Were Soldiers: How the Wounded Return from America’s Wars -- the Untold Story, a Dispatch Books project in cooperation with Haymarket Books. Andrew Bacevich has already had this to say about it: “Read this unsparing, scathingly direct, and gut-wrenching account -- the war Washington doesn’t want you to see. Then see if you still believe that Americans ‘support the troops.’” Jones, who has reported from Afghanistan since 2002, is also the author of two books about the impact of war on civilians: Kabul in Winter and War Is Not Over When It’s Over.

Donald Trump fails at meeting Norwegian ideals Ann Jones
The Fempire strikes back Ann Jones
Afghanistan again? Ann Jones
Scandinavia in Maryland? Single payer on the Chesapeake doesn't sound so bad Ann Jones
Veterans are losing the war at home: Making America pain-free for plutocrats, Big Pharma Ann Jones
Donald Trump isn't fooling women: They see right through him, even if the media can't Ann Jones
American capitalism has failed us: We're overworked, underemployed and more powerless than ever before Ann Jones
America lost in Afghanistan: Anatomy of a foreign policy disaster Ann Jones
"Farkhunda is our sister": A murder, a martyr and an Afghan revolution in the making Ann Jones
"Has America gone crazy?" Ann Jones
Democracy's ugly misogyny: The dark reality of "free" elections in Afghanistan Ann Jones
International disaster in the making: Inside Obama's under-the-radar plan to eviscerate the Fulbright program Ann Jones
American tragedies on the rise: The war overseas no longer stays overseas Ann Jones
The Pentagon's $365 million mandate to indoctrinate our children Ann Jones
US soldier: My sons won't serve. “Before that happens, I’ll shoot them myself” Ann Jones