Global Opinions editor, writing on international affairs and social issues Education: Northwestern University, BA in communication studies, minor in African Studies; Columbia University, master's in international affairs
Karen Attiah is the Global Opinions editor at The Washington Post, where she commissions and edits commentary on global issues from a variety of international writers. She joined The Post in 2014 as a digital producer in the Opinions section. Attiah often writes on issues relating to race, gender and international politics, with a special interest in Africa. Previously, she reported as a freelancer for the Associated Press while based in the Caribbean. Attiah was a Fulbright scholar to Ghana and holds a master's degree in international affairs from Columbia University. She received her bachelor's degree in communication studies from Northwestern University.
من فشل ترامب في شجب المتعصبين للعرق الأبيض إلى الاستهزاء بضحية اعتداء جنسي، كانت هنالك انحطاطات أخلاقية عديدة خلال الفترة الرئاسية هذه. لكن غضّ النظر عن ذبح صحفي أقام في الولايات المتحدة قد يكون في حضيض المستويات الأخلاقية
From Trump's failure to condemn white supremacists to mocking a sexual assault victim, there have been many low points of this presidency. But turning a blind eye to the butchering of a U.S.-based journalist just may be one of the lowest.