Over this long nearly ten years, United States launched two major wars and engaged in the largest reorganization of its government after great depression. These wars have been tremendously painful for millions of people in Afghanistan, Iraq, and Pakistan, and the United States, and economically costly as well. Each additional month and year of war will add to that toll. To date, however, there has been no comprehensive accounting of the costs of the United States' wars in Afghanistan, Iraq, and Pakistan. In this 07 minutes and 50 seconds news piece on the Costs of War touches some aspects of understanding of the domestic and international costs and consequences of those wars. The story line commence with brief introduction to the World wars and followed by post 911 wars in Iraq, Afghanistan and Pakistan. Moeed Yusuf, South Asian advisor, associated with United States Institute for Peace (USIP) and Michael O'Hanlon, Director Research and Foreign Policy was interviewed to analyze War's Socio-economical and psychological impact on society and world at large.