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​Kaveh Waddell is a staff correspondent for National Journal, where he previously conducted policy research​. A native of Seattle, Kaveh graduated from Middlebury College with a degree in international politics and economics.

Latest From Kaveh Waddell

What Happened When a Journalist Was Abducted in Ukraine—THE EDGE

The conflict in Gaza probably won't end anytime soon, according Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Lawmakers proposed bipartisan legislation to fix the VA, calling for a $17 billion invest...

Not Coincidence: Consecutive Airline Crashes Aren’t Unusual—THE EDGE

Reports show that Russian troops near the border with Ukraine have started to fire into Ukrainian territory. Israeli lawmakers rejected an American peace deal; five Palestinians were killed in pro...

A Newly Discovered Virus Lives Inside All of Us—THE EDGE

By Kaveh Waddell ( @kavehewaddell )

What Egypt Stands to Win From the Gaza Conflict

Even if a second cease-fire proposal fails, Egypt's reputation in the West is getting a much-needed boost.

The Army of ‘Ants’ that Supplies Ukrainian Soldiers, One Helmet at a Time—THE EDGE

The House and Senate are on a collision course with conflicting visions to solve the immigration crisis. Pressure mounts on Israel as the bloody conflict in Gaza drags on.

The State Department Really Doesn’t Want to Break Up Iraq

A decentralized federal system is best for Iraq and for U.S. interests, a State Department official says.

Israeli Operation in Gaza Won't Strike Lasting Blow Against Hamas, Security Insiders Say

And about two-thirds of the same experts say the president should involve Congress in a nuclear deal with Iran.

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What Happened When a Journalist Was Abducted in Ukraine—THE EDGE

The conflict in Gaza probably won't end anytime soon, according Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Lawmakers proposed bipartisan legislation to fix the VA, calling for a $17 billion invest...

Not Coincidence: Consecutive Airline Crashes Aren’t Unusual—THE EDGE

Reports show that Russian troops near the border with Ukraine have started to fire into Ukrainian territory. Israeli lawmakers rejected an American peace deal; five Palestinians were killed in pro...

A Newly Discovered Virus Lives Inside All of Us—THE EDGE

By Kaveh Waddell ( @kavehewaddell )

What Egypt Stands to Win From the Gaza Conflict

Even if a second cease-fire proposal fails, Egypt's reputation in the West is getting a much-needed boost.

The Army of ‘Ants’ that Supplies Ukrainian Soldiers, One Helmet at a Time—THE EDGE

The House and Senate are on a collision course with conflicting visions to solve the immigration crisis. Pressure mounts on Israel as the bloody conflict in Gaza drags on.

The State Department Really Doesn’t Want to Break Up Iraq

A decentralized federal system is best for Iraq and for U.S. interests, a State Department official says.

Israeli Operation in Gaza Won't Strike Lasting Blow Against Hamas, Security Insiders Say

And about two-thirds of the same experts say the president should involve Congress in a nuclear deal with Iran.

Show More from Kaveh Waddell