Paul Sonne

national security reporter at The Washington Post

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Moscow correspondent for the Wall Street Journal

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Novaya Gazeta is one of the last vestiges of independent journalism operating in Russia.

Newspaper Novaya Gazeta isn’t controlled by Kremlin. How it’s sharing truth about Ukraine

Novaya Gazeta is one of the last vestiges of independent journalism operating in Russia.

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A year ago, we took our seats for the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia.

Sochi, One Year Later

A year ago, we took our seats for the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia.

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With Russian-backed separatists advancing in Ukraine, there’s pressure on the Obama Administration to provide the government with weapons sophisticated enough to strike back…

US Considers “Lethal Aid” to Ukraine Forces

With Russian-backed separatists advancing in Ukraine, there’s pressure on the Obama Administration to provide the government with weapons sophisticated enough to strike back…

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