Jeff Stein has covered the spy agencies and foreign policy for Newsweek in Washington, DC since 2013. His SpyTalk column originated in 2005 at Congressional Quarterly, where in 2003 he was the founding editor of CQ Homeland Security and later, National Security Editor. In 2009-2011, SpyTalk moved to The WashingtonPost. Previously, he was deputy foreign editor at UPI. He is an investigative reporter of long standing, specializing in intelligence, defense and foreign policy. An Army Intelligence case officer in Vietnam, Jeff is also the author of three books, including "A Murder in Wartime: The Untold Spy Story that Changed the Course of the Vietnam War," about the 1969 prosecution of top Green Beret officers for the execution of a suspected enemy spy. As a freelance, he has written for most major magazines and newspapers, including New York, The New York Times, Esquire, The New Republic, The Nation, Mother Jones, the Boston Globe Sunday Magazine and The Washington Post Sunday Magazine. He has appeared frequently on CNN, MSNBC, NBC, Fox, ABC, PBS Newshour and NPR as an authority on espionage, national security and homeland security or in conjunction with his own exclusives.
First Person Story: After Vietnam War, Here’s What Happened When A U.S. Army Intel Officer Returned To Track Down An Enemy Spy
A compendium of my SpyTalk blogs at The Washington Post
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