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Bookmark and ShareRoger Thurow has been a Wall Street Journal foreign correspondent for twenty years and has reported from more than sixty countries, including two dozen in Africa. Scott Kilman has covered agriculture at the Journal for two decades. Thurow and Kilman have teamed up to produce a stream of page 1 stories in the Journal that have broken new ground in our understanding of the forces behind famine. Their pieces on three 2003 famines were a finalist for the 2004 Pulitzer Prize in International Reporting. In 2005, Thurow and Kilman were honored by the United Nations for their reporting on humanitarian and development issues. They are both based in Chicago.

Contact the authors: ScottLKilman@gmail.com and rthurow@thechicagocouncil.org

Visit Roger Thurow's blog:

"Faltering Momentum," Friday, October 22
"Creating the Give-a-Damn," Friday, October 15
"Show them the Money," Friday, October 8
"African Voices," Friday, October 1
"For a Better Tomorrow," Friday, September 20
"Where There is a Will," Thursday, September 2
"Spreading the Revolution: South-South Cooperation at Work," Friday, August 20, 2010

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