Kimberly Dozier is the senior managing editor at Military Times.
Joe Biden's Botched Withdrawal
Biden's miscalculation could alter his presidency and weaken U.S. standing overseas. He supported the invasion, but he got elected on a platform of pulling troops outBy W.J. Hennigan and Kimberly Dozier
Americans and Afghans Brace for the Siege of Kabul
As Taliban militants wrest control of Afghanistan by seizing one major city after another, Afghan leaders are scrambling to develop a strategy to defend the capital from the militants, while U.S. officials are taking steps...By Kimberly Dozier and W.J. Hennigan
The Afghan Who Saved My Life May Make It Out. What About Everyone Else?
An Afghan I’ll call “Mohammed” saved my life, when he drove me into Afghanistan as Kabul was falling in 2001, after the September 11th attacks. He spirited me through a Taliban checkpoint between Jalalabad and...By Kimberly Dozier
Biden Is Withdrawing U.S. Forces From Afghanistan. What Happens Now?
After nearly 20 years, more than 2,300 U.S. troops dead, hundreds of thousands of Afghans killed and trillions of dollars spent, Biden has decided the U.S. has seen enough of the war in AfghanistanBy Kimberly Dozier and W.J. Hennigan
Why Crown Prince MBS Wasn't Sanctioned for Khashoggi Killing
In newly declassified detail, the world can now read why the CIA believes Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman dispatched the 15-man hit squad that killed and dismembered Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi in 2018....By Kimberly Dozier and W.J. Hennigan
Opening His First Foreign Policy Speech with a Dad Joke, 'Uncle Joe' Offers Battered State Staffers A Return to Normal
President Joe Biden started out his speech laying a new vision for America’s place in the world with a dad joke — or, rather, a granddad joke. He compared his own advanced age to that...By Kimberly Dozier
Biden's Pledge of Normalcy Clashes with 'Strange Feeling' in a City Full of Troops
The reverend could hardly recognize the streets of Washington, DC, as he drove into town on Monday night, a draft of his Inaugural prayer tucked into a three-ring binder. The city looked more like a...By Simon Shuster and Kimberly Dozier
A Possible Threat From the Inside at Inauguration
The deadly siege on the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6 has prompted U.S. security officials to think the unthinkable as they scramble to secure Washington ahead of next week’s Inauguration: that the enemy is already...By Kimberly Dozier
Accusations of Racism, Bias Swirl Around Capitol Police
Former Capitol police chiefs are among those criticizing the response. 'It felt like a personal failure.'By Kimberly Dozier and Melissa Chan
Incited by Trump, Supporters Storm Capitol
Seething with anger, mostly unmasked, Donald Trump’s supporters stormed and breached the U.S. CapitolBy Kimberly Dozier and Vera Bergengruen
Family Pleads for Detained 'Hotel Rwanda' Hero
Human rights officials and diplomats are also pushing the Rwandan regime to release Paul RusesabaginaBy Kimberly Dozier
Cyber Experts Scramble to Assess Scope of 'Hack of a Decade'
The hackers exploited a little-known but widely used software program called OrionBy Kimberly Dozier
Saudi Arabia Is Scrubbing Hate Speech from School Books. Why That's a Win for the Trump Administration
Students in Saudi Arabia, like so many around the world, have traded in-person classrooms for logging onto an app during the COVID-19 pandemic. But they’re also experiencing other major shifts in Saudi Arabia’s official, country-wide...By Kimberly Dozier
Trump's Foreign Policy Leaves Behind Destruction for Biden
How Trump's disruptions could be Biden's opportunityBy Kimberly Dozier and W.J. Hennigan
Trump Is Leaving Troops Behind in 'Forever Wars'
Despite his 2016 promises, Trump did not succeed in ending conflict in either Iraq or AfghanistanBy Kimberly Dozier and W.J. Hennigan
How the World Is Reacting to the 2020 U.S. Election
An international audience waited anxiously along with Americans on Wednesday as the U.S. presidential poll results trickled in with no clear victor. While populist politicians in Europe rallied around incumbent President Donald Trump, those favoring...By Billy Perrigo , Suyin Haynes and Kimberly Dozier
The U.S. Capital Looks Like the Anxiety Americans Are Feeling on Election Day
Wall-to-wall plywood made a return to the streets of Washington, D.C. on the eve of Election Day, as did the thwap-thwap of police and other helicopters making arcs over neighborhoods near the White House. Businesses...By Kimberly Dozier
‘I'm Expecting Chaos.' Diplomats and International Observers Brace for Election Day
Seasoned Polish diplomat Amb. Urszula Gacek is a veteran of hotly contested elections in places like Ukraine and Armenia. But observing the 2020 U.S. polls as chief of the U.S. mission from the Organization for...By Kimberly Dozier
Silence on Trump's Health Fuels Rumors Among Diplomats
Foreign diplomats are scrambling to figure out how the iconoclastic American President will cope with his COVID-19 diagnosis and hospitalization, chasing rumors from the ridiculous — that he might somehow put his daughter in charge...By Kimberly Dozier
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