Jackie Northam Jackie Northam is NPR's International Affairs Correspondent. She is a veteran journalist who has spent three decades reporting on conflict, politics, and life across the globe.
As the British Leave, Whither Basra?
Talks Aside, Nuclear Might Likely to Spread
Pentagon Ramps Up Training to Cut Language Gap
Pentagon Creates Military Command for Africa
Iraq 'Surge' Costs Underestimated, CBO Says
White House Approach to Iran Stirs Concerns
U.S. Denies Canada's Terror Watch-List Request
Maliki Cool to Bush Approach to Sunnis, Militias
Saudi Ambassadorship Signals Rift in Royal Family
Guantanamo Tribunals May Resume This Summer
Training Iraqis for Security Easier Said than Done
Jimmy Carter's Book Stirs Criticism, Complaint
Iraq Study Group: U.S. Policy 'Not Working'
Iraq Study Group Delivers Report to the President
Bolton Resigns as U.N. Ambassador, Avoiding Battle