Karin Brulliard
Deputy foreign editor

Karin Brulliard became the Post’s deputy foreign editor in February 2013. She joined the Post at its now-defunct Austin bureau in 2003 and later covered immigration from Washington, reported from Iraq and served as bureau chief in South Africa, Pakistan and Israel.

Latest by Karin Brulliard

A glimpse of South Africa’s progress

A glimpse of South Africa’s progress

In my year and half there, South Africa looked to me like a constant miracle.

Hamas’s rising profile

Hamas’s rising profile

In the West Bank as well as Gaza, many say Hamas defeated Israel — and with weapons, not words.

For Israel’s Netanyahu, cease-fire in Gaza Strip has political benefits, risks

For Israel’s Netanyahu, cease-fire in Gaza Strip has political benefits, risks

Leader must now shift domestic, international focus back to his signature security issue: Iran.

Israelis used to the sound of sirens

Israelis used to the sound of sirens

In Israeli regions near Gaza, lives have been led for years to the intermittent rhythm of rocket fire.