Torie Bosch - AOL News
Journalist Nir Rosen has traveled around the world to report on war and other global catastrophes. But now he's under fire for something he said, not because he's in a battle zone.
Rosen has apologized for tweeting remarkably tone-deaf remarks after learning that CBS News foreign correspondent Lara Logan had been sexually assaulted while covering protests in Egypt. Rosen has just resigned from his position as a fellow at New York University's Center on Law and Security.
So who is Rosen? Here's what Surge Desk has learned.
1. A prolific writer for respected publications
Rosen has written for...