Ashish Kumar Sen

Ashish Kumar Sen

Deputy Director, Editorial, Atlantic Council
7 Articles Written
LAST POST: May 13th, 2016

From 2003 to 2014, Ashish was an editor and wrote on foreign affairs for The Washington Times, where he most recently served as the State Department Correspondent. He has reported from several countries, including India, Israel, Pakistan, and South Sudan. Ashish has written on a wide range of global developments, including terrorism in South Asia and Africa; the Arab Spring uprisings in Egypt, Libya, and Syria; crises on the Korean Peninsula; nuclear talks with Iran; security and human rights in China; and Russian politics and foreign policy. He has covered visits by heads of state and government to Washington as well as United Nations sessions in New York. Ashish has also served as the Washington Correspondent for Outlook magazine and The Tribune, which are based in India.

His articles have been published in other international publications and news websites, including the British Broadcasting Corp. (BBC), The Times of India, The Hindustan Times, The Khaleej Times, Gulf News, and Asia Times Online.

Articles by Ashish Kumar Sen

NATO Secretary General Stoltenberg Stands Up for the Alliance

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg refused to wade into US domestic politics, but he delivered a forceful defense of the Alliance on April 6 in remarks that may be interpreted as a firm rebuttal to Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump’s criticism of the grouping as “obsolete.”

On Brussels Bombings: ‘The Moment Has Come When We Need to Act,’ says Kosovo’s President Atifete Jahjaga

Kosovo’s President, Atifete Jahjaga, has called on governments in countries facing the threat of Islamic terrorism to set aside political differences and ramp up intelligence sharing and cooperation with their neighbors. “The moment has come when we need to act,” Jahjaga said in an interview on March 23. Jahjaga spoke on a visit to the […]