Yochi J. Dreazen
Yochi Dreazen is the Managing Editor for News at Foreign Policy. He joined the magazine after serving as a contributing editor at The Atlantic. He was also the senior national security correspondent for National Journal.
Prior to this he was the military correspondent for the Wall Street Journal where he covered the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Dreazen has reported from more than 40 countries, including Japan, Morocco, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Pakistan, Russia and China.
His first book, "The Invisible Front: Love and Loss in an Era of Endless War" was a finalist for the 2014 J. Anthony Lukas Work-in-Progress Award.
In 2010, he received the Military Reporters & Editors Association’s top award for domestic military reporting for a series of articles about military suicide and the psychological traumas impacting veterans of the two long wars.
A native of Chicago, Dreazen attended the University of Pennsylvania, where he edited the award-winning daily campus newspaper and graduated Magna Cum Laude in 1999 with degrees in History and English. Dreazen lives in Washington with his wife, Annie Rosenzweig, and their beloved Golden Retriever, Charlie.