David E. Sanger of the The New York Times has been front and center in the media – tracking how the U.S. uses cyber strikes to sabotage North Korean missile tests. Read his article, "Tiny Satellites From Silicon Valley May Help Track North Korea Missiles."
National Security Correspondent for The New York Times, David E. Sanger writes compelling front-page analyses of geopolitics, intelligence and globalization, exposing and explaining the complex events of our time.
In recent years, Sanger has been at the forefront of the big stories about cyber conflict, North Korea, Russia, and nuclear proliferation.
The 2016 docu-thriller Zero Days was largely based on Sanger’s national bestseller, Confront and Conceal: Obama's Secret Wars and Surprising Use of American Power, which Foreign Affairs called an “astonishingly revealing insider’s account.”