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David Rohde

David Rohde

David Rohde is an investigative reporter for Reuters, two-time winner of the Pulitzer Prize, and a former reporter for The New York Times. His latest book, Beyond War: Reimagining American Influence in a New Middle East, was published in April. More He is the author, with Kristen Mulvihill, of A Rope and a Prayer: A Kidnapping From Two Sides.
David Rohde is an investigative reporter for Reuters, two-time winner of the Pulitzer Prize, and a former reporter for The New York Times. His latest book, Beyond War: Reimagining American Influence in a New Middle East, was published in April. More He is the author, with Kristen Mulvihill, of A Rope and a Prayer: A Kidnapping From Two Sides.
Defense

Crimea: The Greatest Challenge to Geopolitics Since the Cold War

As Russia confronts Ukraine, the definition of modern military intervention hangs in the balance.

Defense

How Should the U.S. Deal With Vladimir Putin?

Russia's wily president has outmaneuvered Western leaders for years. Is Barack Obama next?

Defense

Is Syria Now a Direct Threat to the United States?

The militancy nurtured by the civil war appears to be spreading—just as diplomacy falters.

Management

How John Kerry Could End Up Outdoing Hillary Clinton

Critics say he's pompous and reckless—but his relentlessness may end up making him the most consequential secretary of state in years.

Defense

The U.S.'s Anemic Civilian Outreach Abroad

The world, and particularly the Middle East, are changing. But Washington is not.

Defense

Analysis: The Hillary doctrine

What the Secretary of State's Benghazi testimony says about the future of US foreign policy.

Management

Analysis: America's greatest economic weakness was its government in 2012

The dysfunction of our political system is now sapping confidence from businesses and families. It may be the single biggest hurdle standing in the way of our prosperity.

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Analysis: Benghazi attacks show diplomacy can’t be done on the cheap

A primary reason why the U.S. consulate was unable to defend itself? The State Department is under-resourced.

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