The Post-Crisis Cost of War

In the wake of the 9/11 attacks, Washington officials were confronted with the idea that we were losing the war.

A new era of war-mongering was on the horizon.

This book tells the story of how the war became an American nightmare.

The Postwar Cost of Warfare: America’s War in Afghanistan and Iraq, by James Gallagher is a gripping history of the war, the people who fought and the costs of war.

Gallagher, a former military reporter and author of a New York Times bestseller on Afghanistan, is the author of the new book.

The book details the political machinations behind the war in Afghanistan, the cost of the invasion, and how the American people responded to it.

It details how the U.S. government spent tens of billions of dollars on a war that failed to achieve its stated goal of ending the Taliban’s hold on power and ending the country’s sectarian sectarianism.

Gallagh also reveals the political and military strategies that resulted in the collapse of the Taliban and the resurgence of the Al Qaeda affiliate, the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL, also known as ISIS).

The book shows how the Obama administration and the military leadership used the war to expand its power and expand its reach.

Gallaghan, who worked for Newsweek, The New York Post, and the Associated Press before coming to The American Conservatives, spent more than three decades covering war, war, and war-making in Afghanistan.

His first book, The War That Never Was, won the James Beard Award for Best Nonfiction Book in 2007.

His latest book, War of the Worlds: The Secret History of the Battle of Al Qaeda in Afghanistan is now in the public domain.

The author has been a guest on CNN, PBS, NPR, Fox News, MSNBC, Fox Business, PBS Frontline, and more.

He has also contributed to The Washington Post, The Associated Press, USA Today, The Wall Street Journal, The Los Angeles Times, and other media outlets.

The American conservative website The Daily Caller has called him “the world’s foremost expert on the Afghan war.”

In an interview with The Daily Beast, Gallagher said that “The War That Didn’t Happen” will be his “most challenging book to date.”

It will be a book about the American war machine, and about how it was used to wage a war against an enemy that had been on the march for decades.

A veteran of four decades of military service, Gallagh says he has “the rare ability to tell the story and analyze the evidence from the very first days of the wars that started in 2001.”

Gallagher has published several books, including a New Yorker Bestsellers list, the Washington Post Book Review’s 10 Best Books of 2015, the New York Review of Books Book Club’s 100 Best Books, and a 2016 New Yorker Magazine Bestseller List.