Support The Long War Journal
Support The Long War Journal

Dear Long War Journal readers: A heartfelt thank you to all of you who helped us reach our fundraising goal of $25,000. Your generous donation will ensure we can continue our mission to report on the Long War. - Bill Roggio, Thomas Joscelyn, Lisa Lundquist, and the contributors.

Results tagged “United States”

Would you like to limit the tag results display to a specific section?

If you do, then pick any of the sections below:

Or simply go to the aggregated tag results from:

CIA report refutes Senate panel's criticism of agency's harsh interrogation methods

US intelligence officials say al Qaeda and other terrorist groups have already begun modifying their methods following the disclosures by NSA leaker Edward Snowden. The Army announced plans for its biggest organizational change since World War II, reducing the number of combat brigades to 33 from 45 by 2017, culling 80,000 active duty troops. The Lebanese Canadian Bank, which was involved in laundering money and sending it to Lebanon and Hezbollah, will pay $102 million to settle the US case. US military commanders have been asked to find ways to increase security assistance to Iraq and Lebanon.

International Effort Seeks to Counter Jihadists in Africa

US fines 'Hezbollah' bank $102m for laundering

Secretary of State Kerry told India that after 2014 the US will support the Afghan government and military and will also maintain an antiterrorism force in Afghanistan. Kerry plans to meet with Russia's Foreign Minister next week to discuss Syria.

Greenwald: Snowden's Files Are Out There if 'Anything Happens' to Him

Protections For Women Under Threat In Afghanistan

Did NSA leaks help al Qaeda?

Obama's hands-off approach to extraditing Snowden draws criticism

Officials: Obama's policy team trying to 'rein in' Kerry over pledges to allies, rivals

The US urged Russia to "do the right thing" and turn over fugitive NSA leaker Edward Snowden after he disappeared following his arrival in Moscow from Hong Kong. US officials are concerned about the possible release of sensitive information to foreign governments, and worry that disclosure of US surveillance methods will impair antiterrorism efforts.

US officials worried about security of files Snowden is thought to have

US Said to Explore Possible China Role in Snowden Leaks

US Threatens Russia With Retaliation on Edward Snowden

Dagestan and the Tsarnaev brothers: The radicalisation risk

For Snowden, a Sudden Departure from Hong Kong

Wanted NSA leaker Edward Snowden flew to Moscow from Hong Kong, where officials had been asked by the US to arrest him. He is said to be heading to Cuba and possible asylum in Ecuador. The US has revoked his passport. A US citizen was among 10 foreign tourists killed by the Taliban in northwest Pakistan.

Obama's crackdown views leaks as aiding enemies of U.S.

Afghans rush to learn risky art of defusing bombs

Taliban vows to continue fight despite peace negotiations