Resources for War & Civil Conflict

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Hidden in Plain Sight

From catastrophic physical injuries to the invisible wounds of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and depression, the Iraq war has exerted a heavy toll on hundreds of thousands of U.S. troops. At a recent Dart Center event at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, four pioneers in reporting the human impact of the Iraq War discussed the challenges of reporting on these veterans.

"The War after the War"

In a four-part series, Boston Globe reporter Thomas Farragher and photographer Dina Rudic profile the soldiers who made up "Chaos 4," a three-man squad that patrolled the road to Baghdad International Airport.

Reporting War

Thirteen conflict journalists gathered recently at Bretton Woods, N.H., to discuss their careers as war reporters and photographers, the craft of combat journalism and the challenges raised by these difficult assignments.

15 Years of War

Leon Malherbe, 42, camera producer for Reuters, has covered many of the major international conflicts of the past 15 years, starting in 1990 with anti-apartheid clashes in South African townships. From there, he reported on civil wars in Angola and Mozambique, the arrival of U.S. troops in Somalia, the Rwandan genocide and civil war in the Congo. In between, he also covered the wars in Yugoslavia.

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