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Walter Pincus

Newspaper Vet Is Turning 83 And Looking For His Next Gig

The Huffington Post | Michael Calderone | Posted 12.03.2015 | Media

NEW YORK -- In 1975, Walter Pincus and editor Ben Bradlee hashed out a deal that kept the national security journalist at The Washington Post for the ...

Senate Hits the Mark on Missile Defense

Mark Pfeifle | Posted 02.15.2012 | Politics
Mark Pfeifle

The implications of Iran's growing bellicosity are increasingly more difficult for the United States.

Washington Post Columnist: Cut Aid to Israel

MJ Rosenberg | Posted 12.18.2011 | World
MJ Rosenberg

No matter that our own military is facing major cuts along with Medicare, cancer research and hundreds of other programs, Israel's friends in Congress in both parties make sure that aid to Israel is protected at current levels.

Why Should the Senate Fund 'Enduring' U.S. Military Bases in Afghanistan?

Robert Naiman | Posted 05.25.2011 | World
Robert Naiman

The Pentagon's plans are motivated more by a long-term goal of projecting U.S. military power in the region than anything to do with the story about building up Afghan forces so we can leave.

WaPo Reporter Misleads In Claiming Interrogation Double Standard

Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics

By Scott Horton Special to the Huffington Post Back on September 1, the Washington Post's venerable national security guru, Walter Pincus, published ...

Jason Linkins

Washington Post Is Of Mixed Mind On The Matter Of Chas Freeman | Jason Linkins | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics

The Washington Post finds itself in a state of paradox on a single issue, if you compare the words of its reporter to the words of its editor.

Thomas B. Edsall

Interview With Walter Pincus On The State Of The Press | Thomas B. Edsall | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics

Walter Pincus, the most senior reporter in the Washington Post newsroom, has at age 75 recently emerged as a leading critic of journalistic passivity ...