Recognition on Many Fronts


Michael Ware chooses to keep quiet about certain aspects of Baghdad life: the careful, tedious planning to bolster the security of staff members as they gather reporting, the anxious waiting for a colleague who has not shown up on time, the instinctive action taken in a dangerous situation to avoid disaster. As TIME's bureau chief in the bomb-blasted city, Ware has been through his share of harrowing silence. Yet it has not hampered his ability to put into words the explosive stories that have made our coverage of the conflict in Iraq stand out over the past...

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