Laura Rozen reports on the world of foreign policy from Foggy Bottom to the White House, the Hill to Embassy Row, for Foreign Policy's reported, daily online column, The Cable.
Previously, she reported as national security correspondent for Mother Jones, the Washington Monthly, and as a senior correspondent for The American Prospect. Her work has also appeared in the Boston Globe, Christian Science Monitor, the Columbia Journalism Review, the Forward, the Guardian, the Los Angeles Times, National Journal, the Philadelphia Inquirer, Slate, the Washington Post, and on public radio programs. Her reporting has been featured on NPR's "Fresh Air with Terry Gross," and on NBC’s "Meet the Press." She contributed the reported afterword to the memoir of former CIA officer Valerie Plame Wilson, Fair Game: My Life As a Spy, My Betrayal By the White House (Simon & Schuster, 2007).
Previously, Rozen reported for six years from the Balkans, Russia and Turkey as a freelance reporter, for publications incluing the Globe, Monitor, Salon, USA Today, CBS News and public radio programs. She has recently reported on assignment from the Middle East and Europe. She earned a masters degree in public administration from the Harvard Kennedy School of Government, with a concentration in international security studies, and earned her undergraduate degree from Tufts. Originally from Kansas City, she now lives in Washington with her husband and daughter.
She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The Cable goes inside the foreign policy machine, from Foggy Bottom to Turtle Bay, the White House to Embassy Row.