Vanessa Gezari is the National Security Editor at The Intercept. She has reported from four continents, nine countries, and many corners of the United States for outlets such as the Washington Post, Slate, and the New Republic. She is the author of “The Tender Soldier,” about an experimental U.S. military program and its use in Afghanistan, and an adjunct professor at Columbia Journalism School.
Losing AfghanistanThe Evacuation of the CIA’s Afghan Proxies Has Opened One of the War’s Blackest Boxes
Former Zero Unit members are facing a reversal of fortune that is humiliating, infuriating, and utterly intractable.
The 9/11 WarsI Reported on the War in Afghanistan. Was I Complicit in the Harm America Caused?
Moral injury describes the inner collapse we feel, as civilians on the margins of endless war, when our leaders betray the people who helped us.
The Iran CablesThe Story Behind the Iran Cables
A note from the editors and a video discussion hosted by Jeremy Scahill.