Josh Rogin is a journalist who has been working for the foreign policy in The Washington Post’s Global Opinions section and a CNN political analyst. He is well-known for his abilities and accomplishments.
Rogin is the son of Sharon and Michael Rogin and he was born and reared in the Philadelphia suburb of Bensalem, Pennsylvania. As of now, we couldn’t discover his exact date of birth but we assuming that he might be in his forties. Moreover, no prior information is available about his early life but his parents are Micheal and Sharon Rogin. He earned a B.A. in International affairs at George Washington University’s Elliott School of International Affairs.
Josh Rogin Career
Josh Rogin started his career after his graduation. He worked as a journalist for Newsweek, The Daily Beast, Foreign Politics, Bloomberg View, The Washington Post, Federal Computer Week, Japan’s Asahi Shimbun, and Congressional Quarterly, covering foreign policy and national security. Rogin released a post in April 2020 concerning diplomatic cables written by US diplomats in 2018, which detailed safety and staffing issues the diplomats had expressed following three visits to the Wuhan Institute of Virology in between 2017 – 2018.
The WIV scientists said they lacked the necessary manpower and training to safely operate the Institute’s Biosafety Level 4 (BSL-4) facility, according to the cables. The Institute was also undertaking dangerous research on bat coronaviruses in their facilities, according to US diplomats. Some US authorities believe the cables back up a theory that the Wuhan Institute of Virology’s research may have resulted in a lab mishap that caused the COVID-19 international pandemic.
In 2014, Rogin was attributed with capturing and exposing words made by US Secretary of State John Kerry in a private meeting of the Trilateral Commission, in which Kerry suggested that Israel could become a “apartheid state” without permission, the invitees had all promised not to record or report on the speakers’ statements. Kerry was forced to write a letter of apology to Jewish and Israeli leaders after Rogin published a story in The Daily Beast. Rogin initially indicated that the information came from a recording made by an attendee. He eventually admitted that he was the one who made the recording.
Rogin eventually justified himself by claiming that he was not an invited guest and hence was not obligated by the non-disclosure agreement. In 2013, comic Dan Nainan assaulted Rogin after Rogin tweeted disparagingly about Nainan’s standup performance at a charity comedy event at the DC Improv. Following his set, Nainan noticed Rogin’s tweets and approached him in the rear of the bar, punching him twice in the face in front of several witnesses. Nainan was apprehended and pleaded guilty to assault later.
Josh Rogin is currently active on Instagram, where he has 9,277 followers and 2,619 followings with 563 posts under the moniker @joshrogin. He has 264.2K followers and 18.1K on Twitter; he has worked there since August 2008.
Josh Rogin Biography
|Age (as of 2021)
|Metro Philadelphia, U.S.
|in feet inches – 5’ 5” – in Centimeters – 165 cm
|in Kilograms – 70 kg – in Pounds – 154 lbs
|George Washington University Elliott School of International Affairs, Sophia University
Josh Rogin married Ali Weinberg, daughter of Max Weinberg and sister of Jay Weinberg, in 2016, a foreign affairs producer for PBS Newshour, in a Jewish ceremony in Washington, D.C. He is a cheerful individual who enjoys spending time with his family.
Josh Rogin Net Worth
He has a net worth of $2.8 million, which he has amassed purely via his work as a journalist. Josh is completely focused on his career and work. He aspires to be a better person in his profession.
- Rogin was a Paul Miller Washington Reporting Fellow with the National Press Foundation from 2008 to 2009, as well as a Knight Center for Specialized Journalism military reporting fellow in 2009.
- Josh Rogin had written a book named, Chaos Under Heaven: Trump, Xi, and the Battle for the Twenty-First Century.
- Rogin was a finalist for the Livingston Award for Young Journalists in 2011.
- Josh won the Interaction Award for Excellence in International Reporting in 2011.
- He has a basic command of the Japanese language.