Wednesday, July 07, 2004

A First-Hand Account of How News Gets Reported from Iraq


This is an eye-opener. The author, Eric M. Johnson, is a writer in Washington D.C., who participated in Operation Iraqi Freedom as a Marine Corps reservist. He tell us how Rajiv Chandrasekaran, the 31 year-old Baghdad bureau chief for the Washington Post, gathers and reports the new back to Washington, where it can have a major impact on policy. This is discouraging but important to know.


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