Manhattan to Baghdad: Dispatches from the Frontline of the War on Terrorism
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Manhattan to Baghdad: Dispatches from the Frontline of the War on Terrorism

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A foreign correspondent's analysis of the international repercussions from the events of September 11
Paperback, 280 pages
Published April 1st 2003 by Allen & Unwin (first published December 2002)
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Foreign Correspondent, Sydney Morning Herald

Paul McGeough is an author and award-winning foreign correspondent specializing in frontline reporting. As Chief Correspondent for The Sydney Morning Herald, Australia's leading quality newspaper, McGeough has reported for the last eight years from the US, Iraq and Afghanistan on war and the change wrought in the world in the aftermath of the September 1...more
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