Eric Weiner has been a foreign correspondent for National Public Radio since 1993 — stationed at various times in New Delhi, Jerusalem and Tokyo. Over the past decade, he’s reported from more than 30 countries, including Iraq before the U.S. invasion, and Afghanistan during the fall of the Taliban regime.
Mr. Weiner is currently a correspondent for NPR, and resides in Washington, D.C. A former reporter for The New York Times, his commentary has appeared in the Los Angeles Times, Slate and The New Republic, among other publications.
Mr. Weiner was also a Knight Journalism Fellow at Stanford University. He was part of a team of NPR reporters that won a 1994 Peabody award for a series of investigative reports about the U.S. tobacco industry.