War Reporting—Experiences From the Front Lines

Monday, February 4, 2019
Anne E. Barnard

Edward R. Murrow Press Fellow, Council on Foreign Relations (2018–2019); Former Beirut Bureau Chief, New York Times; @ABarnardNYT

Ned Parker

Enterprise Reporter, Thomson Reuters; Former Edward R. Murrow Press Fellow, Council on Foreign Relations (2011–2012)

Marcia Biggs

Special Correspondent, PBS NewsHour

Young Professionals Briefing Series

Three of CFR’s Edward R. Murrow Press Fellows and veteran foreign correspondents discuss their experiences reporting from the front lines, including the dangers of working in conflict zones and the importance of investigative journalism.

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