Nick Turse is a contributing writer for The Intercept, reporting on national security and foreign policy. He is the author, most recently, of "Next Time They’ll Come to Count the Dead: War and Survival in South Sudan," as well as "Tomorrow's Battlefield: U.S. Proxy Wars and Secret Ops in Africa," and "Kill Anything That Moves: The Real American War in Vietnam." He has written for the New York Times, Los Angeles Times, San Francisco Chronicle, The Nation, and Village Voice, among other publications. He has received a Ridenhour Prize for Investigative Reporting, a James Aronson Award for Social Justice Journalism, and a Guggenheim Fellowship. Turse is a fellow at The Nation Institute and the managing editor of TomDispatch.com.
Where Did a U.S. General Put the Ceremonial Gifts He Got From Foreign Leaders? In the Trash.
Military documents show that former AFRICOM chief Gen. Thomas Waldhauser regularly put gifts he received from African leaders into the trash.
Pentagon War Game Includes Scenario for Military Response to Domestic Gen Z Rebellion
The 2018 war game envisioned a “Zbellion” by a tech-savvy generation that no longer believed in the American dream.
The Coronavirus CrisisThe U.S. Brags About Health Aid to Africa While Bombing Some of Its Most Vulnerable Nations
Libya and Somalia, where U.S. forces have spent hundreds of millions on airstrikes, have fared especially poorly when it comes to direct U.S. health assistance.
“Exceptionally Dire”: Secondary Impacts of Covid-19 Could Increase Global Poverty and Hunger
International experts warn of humanitarian catastrophes as the fight against the novel coronavirus draws resources from other health campaigns.