Marina Koren

Marina Koren Marina Koren is a senior associate editor at The Atlantic. She was previously the news editor at National Journal.
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Obama: Securing Syria's Chemical Weapons Could Avert a Strike

September 9, 2013 On Monday night, President Obama flooded the networks to make his case for a strike on Syria, emphasizing its narrowness in diminishing Syria's suspected use of chemical weapons. Yet, earlier in the day, he conceivably was given an out to the conflict, with Russia offering to broker a deal to...

Americans' Worries About Internet Privacy Go Beyond NSA Surveillance

September 5, 2013 FROM NEXTGOV arrow Americans are stockpiling their privacy. According to a new Pew survey, 86 percent of Internet users across the country have taken measures to delete or mask their digital footprints. They clear their cookies, encrypt emails, and log on to networks that obscure their IP addresses. Presumably, the recent drive to...

Hillary Clinton Knows a Thing or Two About Presidential Pets

August 21, 2013 The summer has been rife with speculation on what kind of presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton would be—if she even decides to run—in 2016. So much so, that it seems like some may have already forgotten about the person who still holds that office (who, keep in mind, was reelected...