Foreign Policy Editor David Rothkopf announced today that senior security and foreign policy writer Yochi Dreazen has been named Deputy Editor of News for the magazine. Dreazen has been at FP since last August, and before that wrote for The Atlantic and National Journal. He also worked for the Wall Street Journal for eleven years, embedding with troops in both Iraq and Afghanistan before covering the Pentagon and State Department beats. In his new job, Dreazen will oversee an upcoming expansion of FP‘s team of global reporters.
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