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."

“The pain remains”: The living literature of war Nick Turse
“What does war have to do with me?” Nick Turse
AFRICOM calls for my “elimination” Nick Turse
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
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
Drug wars, missing money, and a phantom $500 million Nick Turse
A look at the year ahead for Special Operations Command Nick Turse
A Trumpian bonanza: We've never seen as much special ops as we do now Nick Turse
From America with love Nick Turse
The journalist and the fixer Nick Turse
Can the Pentagon win when putsch comes to shove? Nick Turse
A wide world of winless war Nick Turse