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    James R. Lobe (born January 4, 1949 in Seattle, Washington) is an American journalist and the Washington Bureau Chief of the international news agency Inter Press Service.

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    Bio

    In 1970, Lobe graduated magna cum laude from Williams College in Williamstown (Massachusetts). He received his Juris Doctor from Boalt Hall School of Law at the University of California, Berkeley in 1974.

    Journalist

    Jim Lobe has served as the Washington D.C. correspondent and Bureau Chief of Inter Press Service (IPS) from 1980 to 1985, and again from 1989 to the present. Since 2001, Lobe has served on the Foreign Policy in Focus Board of Advisors.

    Coverage

    After the Oklahoma City bombing in 1995, Inter Press Service released its analysis that said the perpetrators were most likely homegrown militia and pointed to the end date of feds'' Waco siege against the Branch Davidians and the attack of a federal building. At the time, competitors were looking at Middle East terrorists. Lobe said IPS had scooped its media competitors on the point by 48 hours.

    Jim Lobe covered the ties between the post-9/11 agenda pursued by the Bush administration and the recommendations of the neoconservative-led Project for the New American Century.

    Publications

    Tags:9/11, American, Berkeley, Brussels, Bush, California, IPS, Jim Lobe, Massachusetts, Middle East, Milan, New York, September 11, University of California, Washington, Washington D.C, Wikipedia


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