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The Cable has reported lots of appointment news the past few months. Now we’ve got a new Cable reporter coming aboard: Josh Rogin, previously foreign policy and defense reporter at Congressional Quarterly, takes over the Cable keyboard September 14. Your founding Cable chronicler Laura Rozen is heading to Politico next week, to report on the ...

The Cable has reported lots of appointment news the past few months. Now we’ve got a new Cable reporter coming aboard: Josh Rogin, previously foreign policy and defense reporter at Congressional Quarterly, takes over the Cable keyboard September 14. Your founding Cable chronicler Laura Rozen is heading to Politico next week, to report on the foreign policy beat.

Keep the tips, news and discussion going; you can reach Josh here, and Laura here.

Thanks, everybody, I’ve had a terrific time reporting this column with your tips, guidance, and readership, and the great coverage will continue and expand with Josh.

The Cable has reported lots of appointment news the past few months. Now we’ve got a new Cable reporter coming aboard: Josh Rogin, previously foreign policy and defense reporter at Congressional Quarterly, takes over the Cable keyboard September 14. Your founding Cable chronicler Laura Rozen is heading to Politico next week, to report on the foreign policy beat.

Keep the tips, news and discussion going; you can reach Josh here, and Laura here.

Thanks, everybody, I’ve had a terrific time reporting this column with your tips, guidance, and readership, and the great coverage will continue and expand with Josh.

Laura Rozen writes The Cable daily at ForeignPolicy.com.

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