Despite removing bases and troops from Afghanistan, a huge U.S. military presence remains
Author David Vine and a team from Brown University’s Watson Institute examine the displacement caused by the United States’ post-9/11 wars. Includes August 2021 updates.
New books from Craig Whitlock and David Vine examine the conflicts in Afghanistan and the ever-expanding U.S. military presence worldwide.
What explains the U.S. record of near-constant warfare? Author and anthropologist David Vine examines the “forever war” that began with the war on terror after Sept. 11, 2001.
The wars the U.S. government has fought since the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, have forced 37 million people — and perhaps as many as 59 million — from their homes, according to a newly released report from American University and Brown University’s Costs of War Project. Until now, no one has known how many …