Paul McLeary

Paul McLeary is the Pentagon reporter for Foreign Policy. Previously, he was the Pentagon reporter and Land Warfare correspondent for Defense News, and a senior writer for Defense Technology International / Aviation Week magazine. He has embedded with US forces in Iraq and Afghanistan, covered humanitarian operations in Nicaragua and Colombia, and relief operations in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina. He’s also written for the New Republic, Los Angeles Times, Columbia Journalism Review, The Guardian, and appeared on CNN, C-SPAN, and NPR. Ask him about the Buffalo Sabres’ chances to win the Stanley Cup.​

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SitRep: Empty Seats in Trump Pentagon, State; U.S. General Readies ISIS War Plans; North Korea Readies Missile Tests

NATO Back and Forth; Russia and Turkey Team Up; Chinese Drones Make a Big Leap; And Lots More

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SitRep: Leaked Docs, Russian Intel, and Trump; Flynn and Tillerson Diss Obama; China Flies, Taiwan Scrambles

Carter Says Goodbye; Experts Say Mattis Good to Go; Hoss Cartwright Looking at Jail Time; And Lots More

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