For almost 25 years Anne Garrels was the senior foreign correspondent for NPR, reporting from Russia and the other former Soviet republics, the former Yugoslavia, the Middle East, China, Mongolia, and Iraq. She arrived in Baghdad six months before the 2003 U.S. invasion, stayed during the U.S. bombing campaign and continued to cover Iraq for the next six years. The Peabody-Award-winning journalist shares experiences from her book "Putin Country: A Journey into the Real Russia" and chats with SPR's Doug Nadvornick on stage at the Bing.
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