Kimberly Dozier is a Council on Foreign Relations India international affairs fellow for 2021. She is also a TIME Magazine contributor and CNN global affairs analyst, covering foreign policy, intelligence, and national security issues. Kimberly Dozier’s past posts have included the Associated Press Intelligence Writer, BBC World Service anchor and 17 years as an award-winning CBS Evening News foreign correspondent. Kimberly Dozier was the first woman and first journalist appointed to the General Omar Bradley Chair at the US Army War College. She covered the Iraq war for CBS News from 2003 to 2006, when her news team was hit by a car bomb. She recounts the attack and recovery in her bestselling memoir, Breathing the Fire: Fighting to Survive and Get Back to the Fight. Her awards include a Peabody and several Edward R. Murrow awards for her coverage of US troops in Iraq and Afghanistan, and the hunt for Osama bin Laden.