Women's Foreign Policy Group — Celebrating 20 years

War and Diplomacy: The Inside Story of Covering the World's Conflicts

December 11 — Women’s Foreign Policy Group recognized CBS News Foreign Affairs Correspondent Margaret Brennan, New York Times Pentagon Correspondent Helene Cooper, and Washington Post Pentagon Correspondent Missy Ryan for their outstanding coverage of national security and foreign policy issues. The discussion on "War and Diplomacy: The Inside Story of Covering the World's Conflicts" covered issues from Syria, ISIS and the terrorist attacks in Paris and San Bernardino, to the Climate Summit and Libya. The panelists also discussed the challenges of covering these breaking stories. The conversation was moderated by New York Times Washington Bureau Chief and WFPG Board Member Elisabeth Bumiller. Watch on C-SPAN | View Photos

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Highlighted Event

Obama and Putin: Battlefield Syria

On October 19th, WFPG hosted a lively discussion on "Obama and Putin: Battlefield Syria" with Karen DeYoung, senior national security correspondent and an associate editor of The Washington Post, and Steven Lee Myers, New York Times correspondent and author of The New Tsar: The Rise and Reign of Vladimir Putin. The conversation was moderated by New York Times Washington Bureau Chief Elisabeth Bumiller and co-sponsored by NYU Washington, DC. Photos and Video

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