Karen DeYoung

Karen DeYoung appears in the following:

International Politics: Iraq Vs. ISIS

Monday, August 25, 2014

Karen DeYoung of The Washington Post talks about developments in Iraq.

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'If No One Intervenes, It's Going To Be Too Late'

Friday, August 08, 2014

Hear powerful testimony from a Yazidi refugee in Nebraska whose relatives are among the 40,000 people who fled ISIS militants in northwestern Iraq and are now trapped atop the peaks o...

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U.S. Raids in Africa

Wednesday, October 09, 2013

Karen DeYoung, senior national security correspondent and associate editor at The Washington Post, discusses the U.S. military raids in Africa over the weekend. She has reported on what the unsuccessful mission in Somalia indicates about the Obama administration's priorities and new counter-terrorism guidelines, and also about news today that the Pentagon is cutting some military aid to Egypt.

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Alleged Use of Chemical Weapons in Syria

Friday, August 23, 2013

Karen DeYoung, senior National Security correspondent and associate editor of The Washington Post, discusses the latest claims of a deadly chemical attack on activists in Syria, and whether or not it constitutes a "red line" that could force action on the part of the U.S.

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Watching Libya

Monday, March 21, 2011

Karen DeYoung, the senior national security correspondent and associate editor at The Washington Post, and Christopher Dickey, Paris bureau chief and middle east regional editor at Newsweek and the Daily Beast, discuss the international press and public response to the intervention in Libya.

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Inside Intel

Monday, August 27, 2007

Alberto Gonzales announced his resignation today. Emily Bazalon, senior editor at Slate.com, unpacks the his career as White House Counsel and Attorney General. Then Karen DeYoung, senior diplomatic reporter for The Washington Post and the author of Soldier: The Life of Colin Powell (Knopf, 2006), ...

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