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Yochi Dreazen


Washington, DC, United States

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  • Foreign Policy
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Past articles by Yochi:

The Manafort indictment is a historic test for American democracy

Mueller, Manafort, and the Trump era's biggest crisis could test the strength of our democracy, says Yochi Dreazen. → Read More

Why the Comey firing could be Trump’s Watergate moment-commentary

It’s usually dangerous to compare things to Watergate. The Comey firing is an exception, say Vox's Zack Beauchamp and Yochi Dreazen. → Read More

Op-Ed: Trump broke Obama's pattern on Syria but now comes the hard part

The hard part for Trump on Syria is just beginning, writes Vox's Yochi Dreazen. → Read More

Op-Ed: Rep. Devin Nunes sure seems like the wrong person to lead the Trump-Russia probe

Rep. Devin Nunes is behaving strangely and probably isn't the right person to lead the Trump-Russia investigation, writes Vox's Yochi Dreazen. → Read More

The bombshell report that Russia can blackmail Trump, explained

If the allegations are true, they will spark criminal investigations and Congressional probes, says Yochi Dreazen. → Read More

Op-Ed: Trump’s Cabinet picks will have to answer the questions their boss has dodged

It's harder to get away with obfuscating on tough questions when you're under oath, says Yochi Dreazen. → Read More

In Coup’s Aftermath, New Rifts Between U.S. and Turkey

Obama was quick to endorse Erdogan’s return to power, but the Turkish leader holds Washington partially responsible for the coup anyway. → Read More

Exclusive: Brookings Threatened To Cancel Speech by Turkish Leader

One of the Washington's best known think tanks threatened to call off the speech because Turkish security personnel were shoving and kicking Western and Turkish… → Read More

Chaos Outside of Turkish President Erdogan’s Washington Speech

A planned speech by the controversial Turkish leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan descended into violence and chaos Thursday, with one journalist physically removed from the event… → Read More

The path not taken: A war correspondent’s struggle with PTSD

I wanted to be a war correspondent from the day I entered journalism. In 2003, with American troops massing in the Middle East, I got my chance. → Read More

Clinton on Keystone: ‘I Oppose It’

The Democratic front runner finally tells us what she really thinks about the long-delayed pipeline from Canada, when it’s too late to make a difference. → Read More

Egypt Has a Creative Way of Hiding Bad News: Banning Journalists From Reporting on It

Cairo has promised a full investigation into why its security forces accidentally killed eight Mexican tourists. Too bad Egypt has now banned journalists from reporting… → Read More

These 8 Democrats Are AIPAC’s Best Chances of Killing the Iran Deal

The pro-Israel lobbying giant is running out of Democrats who might be willing to help slow Obama's Iran nuclear deal. → Read More

Report: Iran Will Be Allowed to Inspect Controversial Nuke Site

The agreement seeks to resolve outstanding questions over nuclear research carried out at Parchin. → Read More

The Iranian-Saudi Proxy Wars Come to Mali

In schools, mosques, and cultural centers, Shiites and Sunnis are battling for African hearts and minds. → Read More

The Ashley Madison Hack Is a Huge Deal; It’s Also Replete With Bogus Information

36 million users have had their account details published. → Read More

The Top 5 Things to Listen for in the First GOP Debate

From targeting Donald Trump to tough talk about Vladimir Putin, here's what you can expect the 10 Republican candidates to say. → Read More

Mullah Omar, We Hardly Knew Ye

No, seriously: We have no idea what’s going on in jihadi-world. → Read More

Pro-Israel Lobby Accepts White House Briefing

Pro-Israel Lobby Accepts White House Briefing … On Its Own Terms « | Foreign Policy | the Global Magazine of News and Ideas → Read More

Iran deal puts burden of proof on the West

The agreement gives deference to a country with a long history of concealing its nuclear-related work. → Read More