|Author:||Barrie Dunsmore,Ted Koppel|
|Title:||There and Back: Commentary by a Former Foreign Correspondent|
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|Category:||Politics and Government|
|Publisher:||Wind Ridge; First edition (September 13, 2011)|
Barrie Dunsmore, who traveled the world for over thirty years as a foreign correspondent with ABC News, has one of those voices. He is able to analyze current events with a veteran reporter's eye, a humble sense of humor, and a longer view of history than most contemporary opinion-based news sources. He is a careful keeper of our collective world history, and as such offers an important and increasingly rare perspective on current events. The collection of pieces in There and Back offers quick and sometimes witty entrances into decade-long discussions about Middle East policy, superpower.
Barrie Dunsmore, who traveled the world for over thirty years as a foreign correspondent with ABC News, has one of those voices. The collection of pieces in There and Back offers quick and sometimes witty entrances into decade-long discussions about Middle East policy, superpower strategies, and controversial domestic issues.
Dunsmore moved to Charlotte, Vermont after retirement, and wrote a Sunday column for the Rutland Herald.
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Barrie Dunsmore (1939 – 26 August 2018) was a Canadian journalist. He covered foreign affairs for ABC News, the American television network for 30 years. He was born in Regina, Saskatchewan.
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Former ABC News foreign correspondent Barrie Dunsmore talked about the stories he covered over his 30-year career at the network, focusing on the golden age of network television news from the 1950s through the 1980s and the changes since then. He also responded to questions from members of the audience. People in this video. Barrie Dunsmore Senior Correspondent (Former) ABC News- Foreign Affairs. Barrie Dunsmore, Ted Koppel (Contributor). 2012 Colby Military Writers' Symposium. Neptune's Inferno: The . More information about.