Claudia Rosett is an American reporter, who is journalist-in-residence at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies; author of "The Rosett Report" blog at Pajamas Media; an adjunct fellow of the Hudson Institute; and advisor, U.S. Committee for a Free Lebanon. She writes a bi-weekly column, "The Real World," for The Wall Street Journal Europe and OpinionJournal.com.
New York Sun
She wrote for the New York Sun between 2004 and 2007. At the Sun, she was described, by a group of "scholar activists", as heavily involved in right-wing attacks on the United Nations.  Her reporting has been critical of Kofi Annan personally. 
Wall Street Journal
She is a former member of the editorial board of the Wall Street Journal, 1997-2002. She was books editor from 1984-86; as editorial page editor of The Asian Wall Street Journal from 1986-93; and, before going the board, a reporter and then bureau chief in the Journal's Moscow bureau from 1993-96.
Awards and education
- Eric Breindel Award for Excellence in Opinion Journalism for her coverage of the United Nations.
- Overseas Press Club citation for excellence for her on-the-scene coverage of the Tiananmen Square uprising in 1989 (1990)
- Bachelor's degree in English, Yale University
- Master's in English Columbia University
- Master's in business administration University of Chicago
- Claudia Rosett — Archive, New York Sun
- Phyllis Bennis, US Right-Wing Ratchets up Attacks on the UN; UN Panel Calls for Wide-ranging Reforms, Still Fudges on Preemptive War, Transnational Institute
- Claudia Rosett (July 21, 2005), All the Secretary-General's Men: the Tangled Web of U.N. Cronyism, New York Sun
- Claudia Rosett (July 14, 2005), Saddam and Al Qaeda, New York Sun
- Claudia Rosett, Wall Street Journal