Pressure builds on Barack Obama as more rumours swirl about the motives of Bowe Bergdahl
US soldiers' brains could be hooked up via the internet so they can act on orders without thinking
'War on terror' changes gear: Obama is due to explain his new foreign policy at West Point today
Introduction of brutal Sharia law means it’s time to get out - even if Sultan is buddies with Prince Charles
Some analysts argue that the best way out of the crisis would be to split Ukraine between east and west
Israeli government plans to enlist 5,200 ultra-orthodox Jews – previously exempt from the draft – by mid-2017
Britain can no longer be a full military partner of the United States, says former US defence secretary
Former US defence secretary uses new memoirs to criticise president's handling of the Afghan war
The Prime Minister hand-picked Nick Houghton as a malleable defence chief - how wrong he was
Armed Forces on course to have ‘exquisite technology' but insufficient resources to man it
A street vendor in Kabul sells balloons to a group of Afghan children. Although the economy in Afghanistan has shown some signs of improvement since the fall of the Taliban in 2001, low wages and unemployment remain challenges for the government.
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