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Jasmin Ramsey is a DC-based editor and journalist currently working as an editor for the Center for Human Rights in Iran. In 2012 she became the Washington correspondent for Inter Press Service, an international news wire service, and took over its US foreign policy blog, Lobelog, as chief editor. During her leadership Lobelog was listed as a must-read site on Iran by prominent news sites including the Washington Post and the Economist, and received regular mentions in the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal. Featuring a unique blend of investigative journalism and expert commentary, Lobelog is a regular stop for Middle East-policy watchers, and became the first blog to receive the Arthur Ross Award for Distinguished Reporting and Analysis of Foreign Affairs from the American Academy of Diplomacy.
Ramsey writes for print and online publications and has been interviewed by numerous international news outlets including BBC World, France24, Al Jazeera English and the CBC for her coverage of US-Iranian relations. Her commentary has been featured by various news outlets including CNN, TIME, and Le Monde Diplomatique. The Guardian has named Ramsey among the top 10 twitter accounts to follow on Iran.
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