Nick Turse

Nick Turse is the managing editor of and a fellow at the Nation Institute.  An award-winning journalist, his work has appeared in the Los Angeles Timesthe Nation, and regularly at TomDispatch. He is the author/editor of several books, including the newly published "Next Time They'll Come to Count the Dead, War and Survival in South Sudan."

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Trump threatens Afghan armageddon Nick Turse
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Winter is coming: Castle Black, the Syrian withdrawal, and the battle of the bases Nick Turse
The forgotten trauma of a forgotten war Nick Turse
“The pain remains”: The living literature of war Nick Turse
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“What does war have to do with me?” Nick Turse
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AFRICOM calls for my “elimination” Nick Turse
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Bases, bases, everywhere... except in the Pentagon’s report Nick Turse
The U.S. Military is winning. No, really, it is! Nick Turse
A grim inheritance: The legacy of infinite war Nick Turse
Somalia  Civil War  1994 UN Peacekeeping Forces    American
Commandos sans frontières: The global growth of U.S. special operations forces Nick Turse
Narco-corruption, ISIS 3.0 and the terror drone attack that never happened Nick Turse
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Drug wars, missing money, and a phantom $500 million Nick Turse
An US soldier waits in front of a tank type 'M1A2 SEP'
A look at the year ahead for Special Operations Command Nick Turse
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A Trumpian bonanza: We've never seen as much special ops as we do now Nick Turse
Members of the ground crew work on U.S. Air Force F-15E fighter jet following a mission over Afghanistan at Bagram air base
From America with love Nick Turse