Elspeth Reeve is a writer living in New York. She has written for Time, New York, and The New Republic.

The teenage king of Tibet recently visited the U.S. to show a new documentary he directed, and to scout for colleges. Elle Reeve talks to the young monarch.

The murder of five U.S. soldiers by their comrade exposes the depth of the military's mental health troubles. Elspeth Reeve on why the culture of humiliation and stigma makes matters worse.

When Scott Beauchamp first described misconduct by American soldiers in Baghdad, the political right accused him of lying. Last week, one of the soldiers who denounced him became the highest-ranking service member to be found guilty of murder in the Iraq war. Beauchamp’s wife, Elspeth Reeve, reports from his trial.