FAR EAST CORRESPONDENT — I was not aware the Pentagon had called me a liar. I was sitting at the time in a knee-deep hole in the Iraq desert wearing a chemical warfare suit and flak jacket, helmet strapped on and gas mask within grasp. An editor in Sydney took the call from the Pentagon’s Lieutenant-Commander Jeff Davies a day after the beginning of the ground war in Iraq 10 years ago today.
By Max Kolbe As 2010 draws to a close Pakistan appears set to take out the most unwanted prize in journalism as the most dangerous place to work. At least 42 journalists were killed worldwide in 2010, […]
ASIAWATCH — Hate Mail is an occasional series by AsiaWATCH which publishes letters to the editor and online comment that elucidates and too often says more about the letter writer than what was originally published. Spectrum […]