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?

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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

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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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