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Pepe Escobar (born 1954) is a Brazilian journalist. He writes a column – The Roving Eye – for Asia Times Online, and works as an analyst for RT, Sputnik News, and Press TV. In addition, he previously worked for Al Jazeera.
Escobar has reported extensively from Afghanistan. In August 2000, Escobar and two other journalists were arrested by the Taliban, and accused of photographing a soccer match. The following year, he interviewed Ahmad Shah Masoud, the military leader of the anti-Taliban Northern Alliance, shortly before Masoud was assassinated.
- Escobar, P. (2007), Globalistan: How the Globalized World is Dissolving into Liquid War, Nimble Books.
- Escobar, P. (2007), Red Zone Blues: A Snapshot of Baghdad During the Surge, Nimble Books.
- Escobar, P. (2009), Obama Does Globalistan, Nimble Books.
- Escobar, P. (2014), Empire of Chaos, Nimble Books.
- Escobar, P. (2015), 2030, Nimble Books.
- Escobar, P. (2016), 2030, suivi de Dialogues inactuels (Jorge Luis Borges), Éditions du Cercle.
- Al Jazeera bio and articles of Pepe Escobar
- Sharma, Dinesh and Gielen, Uwe, "About the Contributors", The Global Obama: Crossroads of Leadership in the 21st Century, Routledge 2013
- Dartnell, Michael York, Insurgency Online: Web Activism and Global Conflict, University of Toronto Press, 2006, p. 56
- Biography of Escobar at Asia Times
- Manning, D. & Cotton, M. 2007, 'Embedded with Power: An interview with Pepe Escobar' (part 1, part 2), Mediabite, no date.
- The Real News Network
- The Roving Eye, Asia Times Online  
- Pepe Escobar Articles at Counterpunch
- Pepe Escobar Articles at TomDispatch
- Pepe Escobar Articles at Consortiumnews
- Pepe Escobar at RT
- Pepe Escobar at Sputnik News
- Pepe Escobar Travel Specials     (Asia Times Online)
- All no longer quiet on the Afghan front
- Kabul Diary
- Iraq Diary
- Iran Diary