David E. Sanger has received numerous journalistic awards, including being named twice among The New YorkTimes reporting teams honored with the Pulitzer Prize. He has also been awarded, twice, the Merriman Smith Award for his coverage of national security, the Weintal prize for diplomatic reporting, and earlier this year he and his colleagues won a DuPont Award. Sanger is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and the Aspen Strategy Group.
The Chief Washington Correspondent for The New York Times examines the effect the Bush Administration’s foreign and domestic policies will have on global politics.
This trenchant analysis of the Bush Administration’s legacy is a riveting, b...[SEE MORE]