Portrait Rosenblum
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Guest 2011.


Moments of Revolution
Eastern Europe
[Mit David u. Peter Turnley]
Stewart, Tabori & Chang
New York, 1990

Squandering Eden
Boulder, 1990

Who Stole the News
Why We Can't Keep Up With What Happens in the World and What We Can Do about It
John Wiley & Sons
Hoboken, 1995

A Bittersweet Saga of Dark and Light
Farrar, Straus & Giroux
New York, 2006

Escaping Plato's Cave:
How America’s Blindness to the Rest of the World Threatens Our Survival

St. Martin’s Press
New York, 2007

Little Bunch of Madmen:
Elements of Global Reporting

New York, 2010

Mort Rosenblum [ USA ]

Mort Rosenblum, reporter, author, and educator, has covered stories on seven continents since the 1960s, from war in Biafra to tango dancing by the Seine. He was editor-in-chief of the »International Herald Tribune«; special correspondent for The Associated Press; AP bureau chief in Africa, Southeast Asia, Argentina, and France; and founding editor of the quarterly »Dispatches«. Author of »Little Bunch of Madmen: Elements of Global Reporting«. He lives in Paris and Tucson, Arizona.

»What matters is the message. The challenge is to get it right within a context of history and humanity. The rest is only process.« Mort Rosenblum.

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