Kimberly Dozier

Daily Beast / CNN

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Contributing writer to the Daily Beast and global affairs analyst for CNN; author of Breathing the Fire: Fighting to Survive and Get back to the Fight; former intelligence and counterterrorism reporter for the Associated Press; former correspondent for CBS News

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