Reese Erlich's history in journalism goes back over 40 years. Today he works as a full-time, freelance print and broadcast reporter, filing for National Public Radio, CBC Radio, and GlobalPost among others.
Erlich won top honors from the Society of Professional Journalists (N. Calif.) in 2012 for his radio documentary on the Syrian uprising. He shared a Peabody Award in 2006 as a segment producer for Crossing East, a radio documentary on the history of Asians in the U.S. His article about the U.S. use of depleted uranium ammunition was voted one of 2003's "most censored stories" by Project Censored at Sonoma State University.
Erlich's book "\Target Iraq, co-authored with Norman Solomon, was a best seller in 2003. He also published The Iran Agenda: The Real Story of U.S. Policy and the Middle East Crisis (2007); "Dateline Havana: The Real Story of U.S. Policy and the Future of Cuba" (2009); and Conversations with Terrorists: Middle East Leaders on Politics, Violence and Empire (2010). His latest book, Syrian Uprising: Assad, the Rebels and U.S. Policy, was published in 2014.