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Paul Brinkley-Rogers is a veteran war correspondent who is retired now and lives in Arizona. He worked in Asia as a staff member of Newsweek, covering the wars in Vietnam and Cambodia, the death of Chairman Mao, and Japan’s economic miracle. He also wrote about Hollywood and social trends in the United States for the magazine. More recently he reported from Latin America for the Miami Herald, sharing the Pulitzer Prize a reporting team won in 2001 for coverage of the Elian Gonzalez custody battle. He also won the 2002 Malcom Forbes Award presented by the Overseas Press Club for his work covering the economic and political collapse of Argentina at the end of 2001. He won a Woodrow Wilson Fellowship and a grant to study ancient Japanese history at Harvard, but turned that down to become a journalist. He earned an M.S. from the Columbia University School of Journalism and a B.A. in History and Japanese language from the University of Illinois where he also wrote poetry published in several leading “little magazines.” He is Advisor to the Japanese Culture Club of Arizona.