Pentagon Denies Knowledge of Cameroon Base Abuses — Despite Being Aware of Reports of Torture

The Intercept

Cameroonian Troops Tortured and Killed Prisoners at Base Used for U.S. Drone Surveillance

The Intercept

How the Pentagon Uses “Jeopardy” to Train Its Special Operations Forces

The Intercept

Harper's Magazine

An ethnic-cleansing campaign by the government threatens to empty South Sudan

The War You’ve Never Heard Of

Vice News

The U.S. is waging a massive shadow war in Africa, exclusive documents reveal

America’s War-Fighting Footprint in Africa

TomDispatch

Secret U.S. Military Documents Reveal a Constellation of American Military Bases Across That Continent

The Year of the Commando

TomDispatch

U.S. Special Operations Forces Deploy to 138 Nations, 70% of the World’s Countries

U.S. Special Operations Numbers Surge in Africa’s Shadow Wars

The Intercept

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Commandos Without Borders: America’s Elite Troops Partner with African Forces But Pursue U.S. Aims

TomDispatch

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Pentagon Video Warns of “Unavoidable” Dystopian Future for World’s Biggest Cities

The Intercept

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The Manhattan White House, the Secret Service, and the Painted Bikini Lady

TomDispatch

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It Did Happen Here: Rebirth of a Nation?

TomDispatch

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The Worst Place on Earth: Death and Life in the Lost Town of Leer

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U.S. Military Is Building a $100 Million Drone Base in Africa

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Win, Lose, or Draw: U.S. Special Operations Command Details Dismal U.S. Military Record

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Mission Impossible: Keeping Track of U.S. Special Ops in Africa

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When AFRICOM Evaluates Itself, the News Is Grim

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Leaker, Speaker, Soldier, Spy: The Charmed Life of David Petraeus

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Documents Show U.S. Military Expands Reach of Special Operations Programs

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Amid Unrest, South Sudanese Journalist Arrested

The Intercept

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Violence Haunts South Sudan as Civil War Flares

The Intercept

In Africa, the U.S. Military Sees Enemies Everywhere

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In South Sudan, It’s Hard to Tell the Soldiers From the Criminals

The Intercept

“We Can Assassinate You at Any Time”

The Intercept

Journalists Face Abduction and Murder in South Sudan

The Numbers Racket

TomDispatch

AFRICOM Clams Up After Commander Peddles Contradictory Statements to Congress

Hillary Clinton’s State Department Gave South Sudan’s Military a Pass for Its Child Soldiers

The Intercept

The Intercept

Military officials stopped answering a reporter's emails and calls about overseas bases, so he filed FOIA requests. The Pentagon was not pleased.

The Intercept

A new project, "Remembering the Ones We Lost," is compiling a list of civilians killed in Sudanese civil wars since the 1950s.

U.S. Officials Warned of Mali Terror Strike Prior to November Attack

The Intercept

Two years before the November attack in Mali, an internal State Department report offered a bleak assessment of the West African nation’s counterterrorism capabilities as well as a prophetic caution.

TomDispatch

The story of the America’s secret war against the Islamic State

TomDispatch

U.S. Special Operations forces deployed to 135 nations -- roughly 70% of the countries on the planet. 

TomDispatch

In the shadows of what was once called the “dark continent," a scramble has come and gone. If you heard nothing about it, that was by design. But look hard enough and -- north to south, east to west -- you’ll find the fruits of that effort: a network of bases, compounds, and other sites whose sum total exceeds the number of nations on the continent. esting? Write a catchy description to grab your audience's attention...

The Intercept

Unbeknownst to most Americans and without any apparent public announcement, the U.S. has recently taken steps to transform this tiny, out-of-the-way outpost into an “enduring” base, a key hub for its secret war,

The Intercept

The U.S. military’s expanding footprint in East Africa and the Arabian Peninsula

New York Times

While nearly 60,000 American troops died, some two million Vietnamese civilians were killed, and millions more were wounded and displaced, during America’s involvement in Vietnam dience's attention...

Los Angeles Times

Declassified papers show U.S. atrocities went far beyond My Lai.

Los Angeles Times

'Americans don't do things like this,' an officer thought when he learned of three villagers' deaths. His shock grew when the soldier convicted continued to serve.

Los Angeles Times

Documents show troops who reported abuse in Vietnam were discredited even as the military was finding evidence of worse.

Los Angeles Times

Decades-old Pentagon records show that Army criminal investigators substantiated seven massacres of Vietnamese and Cambodian civilians by U.S. soldiers — in addition to the notorious 1968 My Lai massacre.

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