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Release date 01.05.2014
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Born and raised in New York City, Nir Rosen is a freelance journalist, photographer, and filmmaker whose work has appeared in The New Yorker, New York Times Magazine, Time, Harpers Magazine, The New Republic, Washington Post, Salon, and Rolling Stone. He has spent over three years working in occupied Iraq and four months in Afghanistan; he has also worked in Somalia, the Congo, Syria, Jordan, Egypt, Turkey, Pakistan, and Lebanon.\r
Rosen has written extensively on American policy toward Afghanistan and Iraq, the relationship between Americans and Iraqis, the development of postwar Iraqi religious and political movements, interethnic and sectarian relations, and the Iraqi civil war. His reporting and research have also focused on the origins and development of Islamist resistance, insurgency, and terrorist organizations. Rosen has covered the elections in Afghanistan and the differences between the American presence in Afghanistan and Iraq as well. The original edition of his book on postwar Iraq, In the Belly of the Green Bird, was published by Free Press in 2006.\r
Rosen serves as a fellow at the Center on Law and Security at New York University School of Law.He has filmed for several documentaries including the critically acclaimed and Academy Award-nominated No End in Sight, in which he also appeared and served as a location producer. Rosen is a frequent guest on CNN, CNN International, Al Jazeera International and various other television and radio shows. He recently returned from three months in Baghdad where he filmed a documentary for British Channel 4.\r
In addition to English, Rosen speaks Arabic, Serbo Croatian, and Hebrew.He currently lives with his wife and son in Beirut. His work can be found at\r

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