Greg Jaffe

Washington Post

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Reporter covering the military for the Washington Post and co-author of The Fourth Star: Four Generals and the Epic Struggle for the Future of the United States Army; former Pentagon correspondent for the Wall Street Journal (1995-2008)

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As Greg Jaffe reports in the  Washington Post , Defense Secretary Robert Gates "left Washington in 2011 with a reputation as a steady, sober-minded member of the foreign policy…

Robert Gates Lets Loose in New Memoir

As Greg Jaffe reports in the Washington Post , Defense Secretary Robert Gates "left Washington in 2011 with a reputation as a steady, sober-minded member of the foreign policy…

from To the Point

The burning of holy Korans that Americans call "accidental" has exposed the seething anti-Americanism in much of Afghanistan.

Violence over Koran Burning Threatens US-Afghan 'Partnership'

The burning of holy Korans that Americans call "accidental" has exposed the seething anti-Americanism in much of Afghanistan.

from Which Way, L.A.?

The burning of holy books that Americans call "accidental" has exposed the seething anti-Americanism in much of Afghanistan.

Violence over Koran Burning Threatens US-Afghan 'Partnership'

The burning of holy books that Americans call "accidental" has exposed the seething anti-Americanism in much of Afghanistan.

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