Jonathan Broder writes about defense and foreign policy for Newsweek from Washington. He's been covering national security issues for more than two decades, including 12 years as a writer and senior editor at Congressional Quarterly. Before moving to Washington, Broder spent 20 years as an award-winning foreign correspondent in the Middle East, South Asia, China and East Asia for the Chicago Tribune and the Associated Press. Broder’s writing also has appeared in The New York Times Magazine, The Washington Post and Smithsonian magazine. He's a frequent commentator on foreign affairs for NPR, Al Arabiya TV, Alhurra TV, and CGTN.
Congressional Quarterly's Jonathan Broder talks about new U.S. military regulations that have opened up combat positions to women.
Newsweek's Jonathan Broder provides analysis of U.S.-North Korean negotiations and China's role in those talks.
Newsweek's Jonathan Broder is interviewed on CGTN about U.S.-China trade tensions
Lebanese director Ziad Doueiri makes films sympathetic to all sides in the Middle East conflict, including Israelis. It's not a recipe for big box office back home.
Israeli attacks against Iranian missile stores in Syria represent yet another conflict on that country's blood-soaked battleground
With continued denuclearization negotiations on the way, the stakes for South Korea's Moon Jae-in are high.
The United States has overlooked human rights abuses in Saudi Arabia for more than 70 years, but no president has cozied up to the oil-rich kingdom like Donald Trump.