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Headshot of Toronto Globe and Mail reporter Paul Koring. Photo (C) Dennis Drenner 2012 (Dennis Drenner/Dennis Drenner/THE GLOBE AND MA)
Headshot of Toronto Globe and Mail reporter Paul Koring. Photo (C) Dennis Drenner 2012 (Dennis Drenner/Dennis Drenner/THE GLOBE AND MA)

Paul Koring

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How Vladimir Putin reinvigorated NATO

After an identity crisis and decades of long, murky conflicts, Vladimir Putin has become the galvanizing force the organization needed

Aug 29, 2014

NATO poised to bolster presence near Russian border

In response to Moscow’s aggressive efforts to back Russian separatists in Ukraine and following the annexation of the Crimea, NATO, which includes Canada, is returning to its origins as a military and political alliance aimed at deterring Russian expansion

Aug 26, 2014

Racial wounds reopen as Missouri shows an ugly side

Painful wounds reopened as people from highest positions of power to the poorest streets in the United States weigh in on tensions rooted in a long troubled history of American race relations

Aug 14, 2014

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Paul Koring, the Globe’s Washington-based International Affairs and Security Correspondent, has covered conflicts and crises from the Cold War to Afghanistan, reporting from Europe, the Middle East, South Asia and Africa. Mr. Koring’s award-winning reporting has ranged from Prague’s Velvet Revolution to the gassing of the Kurds in Iraq and detainee-abuse in Afghanistan. He won the Michener Award for public service journalism along with The Globe’s Graeme Smith in 2007 and was nominated for another Michener in 2009 for his investigation in Ottawa’s unlawful imposition of forced exile on a Canadian citizen. He is also a winner of Amnesty International’s award for human rights journalism and the Globe’s Richard Doyle award for reporting. He is married to Kathryn Davidov, a senior executive with National Geographic Television. They have two children.

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