Matthew Rosenberg

New York Times

Guest

National security reporter, and former foreign correspondent, for the New York Times; former South Asian correspondent for the Wall Street Journal

Matthew Rosenberg on KCRW

The richest terrorist group in history is financed not just by smuggling oil and selling looted antiquities.

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The richest terrorist group in history is financed not just by smuggling oil and selling looted antiquities.

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President Obama  announced  today he will not fulfill one of the central promises of his years in the White House.

Obama Reverses Troop Withdrawal in Afghanistan

President Obama announced today he will not fulfill one of the central promises of his years in the White House.

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In the past 10 years, the US has spent hundreds of billions of dollars in Iraq and Afghanistan — some in the form of bags full of American money.

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In the past 10 years, the US has spent hundreds of billions of dollars in Iraq and Afghanistan — some in the form of bags full of American money.

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