Journalist, author of THE BIG TRUCK THAT WENT BY, director of media initiative at @FHI_Duke, tweeter of tweets, changer of bios.

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Jonathan Katz is a writer, reporter, and author. He just used an Oxford comma.

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@KatzOnEarth — 38,157 followers, 69,329 tweets

Influence is a nice fuzzy word. They surely had some influence. Americans also have a right to know if their president or his team were working with them in any way. 
RT @iAmTheWarax: THE CIVILIAN/MILITARY DIVIDE: You, a Patriotic Civilian: all soldiers are Infantry and Heroes. Me, a C o m b a t V e t…
If there’s one thing I’ve learned over the years, it’s that just because something is stupid doesn’t mean it can’t hurt you.
I get that Russia (and China) specialists have developed a laughter reflex after years of sparring with people who treat the countries they cover like Marvel supervillains. But the US is ridiculous too, and look at the havoc we’ve wreaked in the world.
Think I’m kidding? Read the tone of this Greenwald special on the US plans to use a Twitter-like network to stir up… 
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2013 - Cornelius Ryan Award
Best nonfiction book on international affairs for "The Big Truck That Went By."