Julia Harte

The Center for Public Integrity

Julia Harte came to the Center after completing a U.S. News summer internship at The Wall Street Journal. She graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in 2009 with a B.A. in History and received a Master’s degree in 2014 from the Stabile Center for Investigative Journalism at Columbia University. In between, she was based in Istanbul, Turkey, reporting on politics, immigration, human rights, energy policy, and environmental issues. Her reporting has appeared in National Geographic, Al Jazeera America, Foreign Policy, The World Policy Journal, Global Post, and Inside Climate News, among others. At the Center, she reportied on national security issues such as arms control in the Middle East, immigrant detention policy in the U.S., and cybersecurity. Harte left the Center in 2015.

'The army to set our nation free'

By Julia Harte and R. Jeffrey Smith

Pentagon remains stubbornly unable to account for its billions

By Julia Harte

Broken audit promises

By Chris Zubak-Skees and Julia Harte

Fighter’s capture spells trouble for U.S.-led coalition against Islamic State

By Julia Harte and Isabel Hunter

Probes started into potential U.S. spending on 'ghost schools' in Afghanistan

By Julia Harte

U.S. military personnel have been convicted of $50 million worth of crimes in Iraq and Afghanistan

By Julia Harte

Billions of dollars in U.S. assistance to Afghan soldiers and police is still based on ragged data

By Julia Harte

Lawmakers boost war spending as the wars wind down

By Julia Harte and Alexander Cohen

America remains top arms seller to the world

By Julia Harte

Flagship military university hired foreign officers linked to human rights abuses in Latin America

By Julia Harte and R. Jeffrey Smith

U.S. troops burned waste in hazardous open pits while safer incinerators sat idle

By Julia Harte

A long-term blank check for 'war' spending

By Julia Harte

U.S. companies supply eavesdropping gear to Central Asian autocrats

By Julia Harte

NATO suddenly classifies ratings of Afghan military and police capabilities

By Julia Harte

Energy Department inspector blocked from probing dismissal of Hanford engineer

By Julia Harte

Investigators find Islamic State used ammo made in 21 countries, including America

By Julia Harte and R. Jeffrey Smith

Marine Corps settles dispute with whistleblower

By Julia Harte

U.S. Senate passes bill curtailing conflicts of interest in security clearance contracts

By Julia Harte