Charlotte Lawson is a reporter at The Dispatch and currently based in Tel Aviv, Israel. Prior to joining the company in 2020, she studied history and global security at the University of Virginia. When Charlotte is not keeping up with foreign policy and world affairs, she is probably trying to hone her photography skills.
Pentagon officials shed new light on the interagency squabbles dominating the administration’s Afghanistan policy.
Most are driven by their personal connections to those who have helped us the last two decades.
Arguing over who we should evacuate first ignores the uncomfortable truth of how little power the U.S. currently wields in Kabul.