Michael Crowley is a White House correspondent with The New York Times.
He was previously a senior foreign policy reporter for POLITICO. He came to POLITICO from TIME Magazine where he was chief foreign affairs correspondent, covering foreign policy and national security in print and online.
Crowley has written on topics from the Iran nuclear negotiations to the U.S.-Saudi relationship to Barack Obama’s counter-terrorism policies. Among his TIME cover stories was a profile on the mind of Vladimir Putin and a report on Barack Obama's Syria policy. During the Obama era he has traveled to China, Egypt, Israel, Afghanistan, Iraq, Lebanon, Pakistan, Turkey, Mexico and Ukraine.
Crowley was previously a senior editor at The New Republic and a reporter for the Boston Globe and has written for the New York Times Magazine, New York, The Atlantic and many other publications.