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Our Violent National Game

The great hockey debate continues

Pax Atlantica

NATO’s long-lasting relevance

Juliet O'Neill

Juliet O’Neill was a foreign correspondent for Canadian Press in Washington and for Southam News in Moscow and London. After retiring from daily journalism she worked for two years as media officer for Oxfam Canada.

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Lost in Syria

Deborah Campbell’s search for her one-time fixer, and friend. September 2016
Early morning, August 19, 1991, the phone rang in my hotel room in Vilnius. As the Moscow correspondent for Southam News, I was in the Lithuanian capital to report on allegations that Soviet special forces were responsible for the execution of seven Lithuanian border guards. “There’s been a coup in Moscow.” It was my editor quoting a bulletin from the Russian news agency…