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Noel Paul

Trip:
Fellows Fall 2003
Affiliation:
The Christian Science Monitor
Country:
Russia
Year:
2003

Noel Paul is a feature writer for The Christian Science Monitor. He covers consumer issues, agriculture, and popular and material culture. Prior to joining The Monitor in 2000, he worked for "The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer," a nightly news broadcast on PBS, and served in the White House press office. His career in journalism began as executive editor of the Cavalier Daily, the University of Virginia's daily student newspaper. He has a Bachelor of Arts degree in History from the University of Virginia.

Stories

  • Rundown Jury

    Facing trial for murder in Ivanovo, a dreary city 165 miles northeast of Moscow, Vladimir Novikov made a bet that's familiar to Americans: He gambled that 12 sleepy-looking pensioners would show him mercy. A...

  • The jury is still out in Russia

    It is a cliche among foreign policy makers, but it perhaps has never been more true: To the Western observer, Russia is a paradox. Consider the events of this month. Even as...

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