Iranian operative Qassem Suleimani has been reshaping the Middle East for 15 years. Now he’s directing Bashar al-Assad’s war in Syria.
Monday, September 23
Friday, September 13
Forty years after the dirty wars and Pinochet’s coup, photographer David Burnett journeys back to Chile to visit the subject of his most famous image.
Monday, September 9
A year and a half with Candace Desmond-Woods, whose husband, and Iraq war veteran, suffers from PTSD and alcoholism.
Saturday, August 31
Life inside Za’atari, a camp for Syrian refugees just across the Jordanian border, where “the dispossession is absolute. Everyone has lost his country, his home, his equilibrium. Most have lost a family member or a friend. What is left is a kind of theatrical pride, the necessary performance of will.”
Friday, August 30
“At first, there is only a little sound, a metallic ping, almost a click.”
Wednesday, August 21
The life and death of a reporter.
Friday, August 16
A profile of lawyer Jacques Vergès, who died yesterday after decades spent defending war criminals, terrorists and dictators.
Wednesday, August 7
On the attempt to rehabilitate Afghanistan’s child jihadis.
Tuesday, July 23
Team America voyages to Jordan’s King Abdullah II Special Operations Training Center to compete against top-seeded China and other squads in challenges based on counter-terrorism scenarios.
Friday, July 19
How a corporate network engineer became one of Aleppo’s most prolific weapons manufacturers.