Tag: Nick Turse
Nick Turse: Two Men, Two Legs, and Too Much SufferingJune 2016
America's Forgotten Vietnamese Victims.
Nick Turse: Donald Trump in South SudanMay 2016
What Trumps the Horrors of a Hellscape? The Donald!
Nick Turse: The Pentagon’s ProgressJanuary 2016
Will American “successes” lead to more Iraqi military failures?
Nick Turse: The Kids Aren’t All RightMay 2015
Presidential waivers, child soldiers, and an American-made army in Africa
Nick Turse: 2044 or BustApril 2015
Military missions reach record levels after US inks deal to remain in Africa for decades.
Nick Turse: The Golden Age of Black OpsJanuary 2015
Special ops missions have already taken place in 105 countries in 2015..
Nick Turse: The Outpost That Doesn’t Exist in the Country You Can’t LocateNovember 2014
A base camp, an authoritarian regime, and the future of U.S. blowback in Africa.
Nick Turse: Pirates of the Gulf of GuineaSeptember 2014
In the face of rising maritime insecurity, AFRICOM claims success and Obama embraces a strongman.
Nick Turse: As a Man-Made Famine Looms, Christmas Comes Early to South SudanAugust 2014
The limits of America’s African experiment in nation building.
Nick Turse: The U.S. Military’s New Normal in AfricaMay 2014
A secret African mission and an African mission that’s no secret.
Nick Turse: AFRICOM Goes to War on the SlyApril 2014
U.S. officials talk candidly about bases, winning hearts and minds, and the “war” in Africa.
Nick Turse: U.S. Military Averaging More Than a Mission a Day in AfricaMarch 2014
Documents reveal blinding pace of ops in 2013, and more of the same for 2014.
Nick Turse: Misremembering America’s Wars, 2003-2053February 2014
After enough time, who still actually cares?
Nick Turse: The Special Ops SurgeJanuary 2014
Elite U.S. forces are deployed in 134 countries. We know little about their missions.
Nick Turse: America’s Black-Ops BlackoutJanuary 2014
Trying to calculate the man-years spent by Green Berets, Rangers, Navy SEALs, Special Operations Aviators, and Delta Force commandos all over the world.
Nick Turse: The Pivot to AfricaSeptember 2013
On the startling size, scope, and growth of U.S. military operations on the African continent.
Nick Turse: The Classic Military RunaroundJuly 2013
If you're reporting on the U.S. military, always expect evasion.
Nick Turse: The Terror DiasporaJune 2013
The U.S. military and the unraveling of Africa.
Nick Turse: Nuclear Terror in the Middle EastMay 2013
Lethality beyond the pale.
Nick Turse: Who Did You Rape in the War, Daddy?March 2013
A question for veterans that needs answering.
Nick Turse: “I Begged for Them to Stop”February 2013
Waterboarding Americans and the Redefinition of Torture
Nick Turse: The Hagel HearingsFebruary 2013
The last best chance for the truth about a lost war and America’s war-making future.
Jonathan Schell: How Did the Gates of Hell Open in Vietnam?January 2013
The atrocities committed by American forces in Vietnam defy easy explanation.
Anything That MovesJanuary 2013
Recently unearthed documents and testimony reveal that the U.S.’s war crimes in Vietnam were far more widespread—and egregious—than previously known.
Nick Turse: “So Many People Died”January 2013
The American system of suffering, 1965-2014.
Nick Turse: America’s Nation-BuildingNovember 2012
The United States is in the midst of a tremendous building spree, but it isn't happening in America.
Nick Turse: Afghanistan’s Base BonanzaSeptember 2012
Despite years of talk about American withdrawal from Afghanistan, the number of military bases there has steadily expanded.
Nick Turse: Washington Puts Its Money on Proxy WarAugust 2012
The election year outsourcing that no one’s talking about.
Nick Turse: Obama’s Scramble for AfricaJuly 2012
Secret wars, secret bases, and the Pentagon’s “new spice route” in Africa.
Nick Turse: The New Obama Doctrine, A Six-Point Plan for Global WarJune 2012
Civilian soldiers, drones, and cyber attacks are just a few elements of the Obama formula for contemporary war.
Nick Turse: A Drone-Eat-Drone WorldMay 2012
Drone technology has long been touted as the future of warfare, but should we believe the hype?
Nick Turse: 450 Bases—and it’s Not Over YetFebruary 2012
|The U.S. continues to pursue a war in which its supply lines are dependent on the good will of two edgy “allies,” Russia and Pakistan. Here’s why.|
Nick Turse: The Crash and Burn Future of Robot WarfareJanuary 2012
|What 70 downed drones tell us about the new American way of war.|
Nick Turse: The Drone That Fell From the SkyDecember 2011
|What a busted robot airplane tells us about the American Empire in 2012 and beyond.|
Nick Turse: Did the Pentagon Help Strangle the Arab Spring?December 2011
|Uncovering the military’s secret military.|
Nick Turse: Mapping America’s Shadowy Drone WarsOctober 2011
|America’s secret empire of drone bases—its full extent exposed for the first time.|
Nick Turse: A Secret War in 120 Countries: The Pentagon’s New Power EliteAugust 2011
|Investigative journalist Nick Turse reveals the size and scope of the global war being fought in our name by tens of thousands of secret warriors fighting “in the shadows.”|
Nick Turse: Obama’s Reset: Arab Spring or Same Old Thing?: How the President and the Pentagon Prop Up Both Middle Eastern Despots and American Arms DealersMay 2011
|The Pentagon is leaning ever more heavily on rich rulers in the Arab world to prop up the military-corporate complex at home.|
Nick Turse: Does the Pentagon Really Have 1,180 Foreign Bases?January 2011
|In a WikiLeaks world where almost all information is a click away, nobody knows the answer to one seemingly simple question: Does the United States really have more than one thousand military bases across the globe?|
Nick Turse: Twenty-First Century Blowback?: As Prospects Dim in Iraq, the Pentagon Digs in Deeper Around the Middle EastNovember 2010
|While American infrastructure crumbles at home, new construction continues in oil-rich kingdoms, sultanates, and emirates there, courtesy of the Pentagon.|
Nick Turse: Digging in for the Long Haul in AfghanistanOctober 2010
|How the proliferation of forward operating bases in Afghanistan signal no end in sight for the nine-year-long war.|