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Walter Pincus

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Walter Pincus reflects on how journalism — a profession he loves — is evolving.

  • Dec 29, 2015

The emphasis on privacy after the Snowden revelations could now give way to a desire for better security.

  • Dec 21, 2015

Some politicians who should know better seem to lack the patience for struggle needed to uproot militants.

  • Dec 14, 2015

Washington and Moscow have a mutual interest in destroying the Islamic State leadership.

  • Dec 7, 2015

The Washington vs. Moscow war of words over Islamic State issues adds to the conflict on the ground and in the air.

  • Nov 30, 2015

Some want the tempo of operations quickened but without any large commitment of U.S. troops.

  • Nov 23, 2015

Those in U.S. and Iran will probably use the Dec. 15 report to sabotage the agreement’s implementation.

  • Nov 16, 2015

The last time the subject was formally examined was in 1948.

  • Nov 9, 2015

There is no quick fix to Syria’s problems. It could and probably will take many years.

  • Nov 2, 2015

Lawmakers approve a measure limiting Pentagon spending on bands next year

  • May 18, 2012
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Walter Pincus reports on intelligence, defense and foreign policy for The Washington Post. He first came to the paper in 1966 and has covered numerous subjects, including nuclear weapons and arms control, politics and congressional investigations. He was among Post reporters awarded the 2002 Pulitzer Prize for national reporting. Among many other honors were the 1977 George Polk Award for articles exposing the neutron warhead, a 1981 Emmy from writing a CBS documentary on strategic nuclear weapons, and most recently the 2010 Arthur Ross Award from the American Academy for Diplomacy for columns on foreign policy.
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