Robert Dreyfuss

National Security Reporter, Rolling Stone

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National Security Reporter for Rolling Stone magazine and contributing editor to The Nation magazine; author of Devil's Game: How the US Helped Unleash Fundamentalist Islam

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Protests are spreading in Cairo and other cities. Workers have gone on strike—but it’s not clear if they share the goal of regime change.

The Crisis in Egypt: Where Does the US Stand Now?

Protests are spreading in Cairo and other cities. Workers have gone on strike—but it’s not clear if they share the goal of regime change.

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In the Rose Garden today, President Obama said General Stanley McChrystal was a good soldier who was always courteous to his commander in chief.  But, McChrystal's command in…

New Leadership, but the Same Strategy in Afghanistan

In the Rose Garden today, President Obama said General Stanley McChrystal was a good soldier who was always courteous to his commander in chief.  But, McChrystal's command in…

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General McChrystal is  out as commander in Afghanistan , replaced by General David Petraeus, one of America's best-known military leaders.

General McChrystal Is Relieved of Command

General McChrystal is out as commander in Afghanistan , replaced by General David Petraeus, one of America's best-known military leaders.

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