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Sarah Stillman, a visiting scholar at NYU’s Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute, is the recipient of their inaugural Reporting Award. The Award took her to Iraq and Afghanistan to report an investigative… Read more

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Truthdig foreign correspondent Sarah Stillman reports from Iraq, where she finds parallels between America's fast food fortresses and the general engorgement of the war.

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Remember when the world turned its attention to Burma and promised to no longer ignore the suffering of the people there? Truthdig contributor Sarah Stillman sat down with Burmese democracy organizer Maung Maung to check in on the Saffron Revolution and the brave men and women who continue to resist oppression, whether anyone is watching or not.

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Truthdig foreign correspondent Sarah Stillman went on assignment in Africa to investigate the Darfur crisis and the beleaguered African Union troops who struggle -- without the necessary funds or mandate -- to keep a lid on genocide. Her exploration of efforts to resolve the conflict reveals a global community tragically dependent on celebrities and mercenaries.

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While America is still begrudgingly coming to terms with the climate crisis, British politicians, scientists and newspapers have been shouting from the rooftops for years. So why is the U.S. so far behind its closest ally? Truthdig foreign correspondent Sarah Stillman spoke with more than 20 experts to find out.

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Sarah Stillman, a visiting scholar at NYU’s Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute, is the recipient of their inaugural Reporting Award. The Award took her to Iraq and Afghanistan to report an investigative story for The New Yorker. She recently taught a course on the Iraq war at Yale, where she was a fellow at Morse College. In 2008, she embedded with the 116th Military Police Company in Iraq as a foreign correspondent for Truthdig.
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