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War, Journalism, and the Middle East (AK Press Audio)by Robert Fisk
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Cultural Writing. Middle Eastern Studies. Journalism Studies. In the audio collection WAR, JOURNALISM, AND THE MIDDLE EAST, author Robert Fisk--"The most famous foreign correspondent in Britain."--New York Times, recounts the rize of Hezbollah, his interviews with Osama bin Laden, and the growing Iraqi insurgency, drawing from his experiences of unparalleled access to history-makers in the region. This collection arrives on the heels of his recent treatise on the Middle East, The Great War for Civilization, and includes a lecture and an interview with acclaimed radio host David Barsamian. Fisk is a Beirut-based correspondent for The Independent UK. Total running time of the disc is 76 minutes.
The world's greatest war correspondent separates the facts and fictions of Middle Eastern politics.
“The most famous foreign correspondent in Britain.”—The New York Times
On the heels of his recent treatise on the Middle East, The Great War for Civilisation, we present the animated and impassioned Robert Fisk, discussing the realities, risks, and rewards of his work. With unparalleled access to history-makers in the region, Fisk recounts the rise of Hezbollah, his interviews with Osama bin Laden, and the growing Iraqi insurgency. Includes a lecture and an interview with acclaimed radio host David Barsamian.
About the Author
Robert Fisk was born in 1946 in Britain. He has been covering world events, first in Ireland and then in the Middle East since the early 70s.
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