Claudia Rosett

Independent Women's Forum

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Claudia Rosett is a foreign policy fellow with the Independent Women's Forum. She formerly served as a journalist-in-residence at the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies and as a long-time foreign correspondent and editorial writer for the Wall Street Journal.

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