Journalist Susan Glasser gained her foreign policy expertise as a long-time reporter and foreign correspondent for the Washington Post. Since 2008, she has overseen the global politics magazine, Foreign Policy, as its editor-in-chief.
During her tenure at the Post, Glasser was on the ground in Afghanistan and Iraq, covering America’s War on Terror immediately following the events of September 11, 2001.
Under her tutelage, Foreign Policy has found success in its ambitious expansion in print and online, and has won numerous awards, including three National Magazine Awards.
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|The War--Nebraska Stories: Latino Pride||In Mexican American traditional culture, patriotism is very important. Many Nebraskans with Mexican...|
|The War--Nebraska Stories: Mexican Americans Chosen First||Vietnam veteran Marty Ramirez and World War II veteran Nick Garcia discuss why Mexican Americans...|
|The War--Nebraska Stories: Heroes Not Welcome||By the end of the World War II, the Tuskegee Airmen had destroyed 261 enemy aircraft. The "Redtails...|
|The War--Nebraska Stories: Radical Experiment--Tuskegee||Before 1940, African Americans were barred from flying for the U.S. military. But in 1941, an Army...|
|The War--Nebraska Stories: Hastings Naval Ammunition Depot||Rick Wallace interviews Willie Trip about his experiences at the Hastings Naval Ammunition Depot...|
|The War--Nebraska Stories: War Letters||This video is one of the many stories of a mother experiencing both the anxiety of sending her son...|
|The War--Nebraska Stories: Munich Air Strike||The city of Munich, Germany was hit by 71 Allied air raids over a period of six years. In 1945, as...|
|The War--Nebraska Stories: Sunk Ship near Iwo Jima||Richard Kaplan ended up in the Pacific Ocean near Iwo Jima when his ship was sunk by Japanese...|
|The War--Nebraska Stories: Peleliu Island||In September, 1944, General MacArthur thought the Palau Islands needed to be re-taken from the...|
|The War--Nebraska Stories: Exercise Tiger||In Exercise Tiger, Richard Connell relates the disappointment of a failed mission. In April 1944,...|