The Wall Street Journal, Chief Foreign Affairs Correspondent (Dubai)
The Wall Street Journal is looking for a veteran journalist to serve as its chief foreign-affairs correspondent.
The correspondent will cover major international developments with a focus on how the post-war world order is changing with the rise of China and other powers.
The job will have a global remit, and we are seeking a correspondent with wide experience who is skilled at conceptualizing and executing ambitious enterprise stories as well as writing expert analysis.
The successful candidate will need to work in close cooperation with reporters from the Journal's network of foreign bureaus. The position will report to the World Coverage Chief.
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