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Elaine M. Grossman is a contributing correspondent at National Journal. Grossman previously served as executive editor and senior correspondent for National Journal's Global Security Newswire. She is a veteran national security and foreign affairs reporter whose articles have won 14 national journalism awards over the past dozen years, including top honors from the National Press Club and Society of Professional Journalists for investigative, analytical, online and breaking-news reporting. In 2009, Atlantic Media recognized her "terrain mastery" with its highest editorial prize, the Chairman's Award. Grossman's articles have also appeared in several major newspapers and magazines, including The Boston Globe and The Miami Herald.

In 2003, Grossman served as an Iraq war correspondent for U.S. News & World Report during a six-week stint at ground-combat headquarters in Kuwait. She subsequently wrote about the opening days of the conflict as a visiting scholar at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, winning a top National Press Club award for the article. Previously senior correspondent and chief editor at the independent investigative weekly Inside the Pentagon, Grossman holds a bachelor's degree from Washington University and a master's degree in international affairs from Columbia University.



Latest From Elaine M. Grossman

Key Targeting Tech for Future U.S. Nuclear Missile Has Gone Unfunded

The move may delay Minuteman 3 replacement effort or fail to meet warfighter accuracy standards.

Pakistani Leader Said Intent on Developing New Nuclear 'Understanding' with India

As new peace talks approach, Nawaz Sharif's government is said to eye a "very comprehensive proposal" with India on easing atomic-arms tensions.

U.S. Senate Panel Backs Vietnam Nuclear Trade Pact, But Tightens Conditions

Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman Robert Menendez's measure passed in a bipartisan voice vote and limits the U.S.-Vietnam pact to 30 years.

Ex-Iraqi Mayor Voices Chemical Concerns About Contested Oil Refinery

The former mayor of an Iraqi city now under jihadist control says Islamic extremists' seizure of a key oil refinery could lead to a chemical disaster.

Q&A: Former Key Democrat Seeks New Iran Sanctions if Talks-Extension Terms Too Lax

Howard Berman -- until last year the House Foreign Affairs panel's top Democrat -- supports more nuclear negotiations if real Tehran assurances are within reach.

Mideast Talks Held on WMD-Free Zone Prior to Ramadan Break

Multinational consultations in June focused on an agenda for a possible Helsinki conference on banning the most dangerous weapons from the Middle East.

Royce: White House in 'Dramatic Retreat' from Security Norms in Nuclear Trade

The House Foreign Affairs panel chair says allowing Iran to continue enriching uranium would mean "effectively melting" nonproliferation standards.

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