OPC Awards Past Recipients

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** The OPC President's Award is an appointed award and is identified in the calendar year it was bestowed.
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Yearsort icon Award Award Recipient(s) As appeared in/on Honored for Narrative
2012 10 The Ed Cunningham Award Best magazine reporting from abroad. Russ Rymer with photographer Lynn Johnson National Geographic Magazine Vanishing Languages

“When small communities abandon their languages and switch to English or Spanish, there is a massive disruption in the...

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2012 11 The Thomas Nast Award Best cartoons on international affairs. Rob Rogers Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

According to his editors, Rob Rogers "enrages" and "infuriates" some readers in Pittsburgh. The OPC...

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2012 12 The Morton Frank Award Best business reporting from abroad in magazines. Michael Riley, Ashlee Vance with Zoe Schneeweiss Bloomberg Businessweek It’s Not Paranoia If They’re Stealing Your Secrets: Inside the Chinese Boom in Corporate Espionage

This timely, well-written account shows how the unprecedented scale of Chinese corporate espionage and wholesale...

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2012 13 The Malcom Forbes Award Best business reporting from abroad in newspapers or wire services. David Barboza The New York Times China’s Secret Fortunes

David Barboza penetrated to the heart of China’s secretive system to provide an intricate and...

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2012 14 The Cornelius Ryan Award Peter Bergen Crown Publishing Group Manhunt: The Ten-Year Search for Bin Laden From 9/11 to Abbottabad

Peter Bergen brings his decades of reporting and insights to bear in this definitive account of the...

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2012 15 The Madeline Dane Ross Award Best international reporting in the print medium or online showing a concern for the human condition Mark Jenkins with photographer Lynn Johnson National Geographic Magazine The Healing Fields

Mark Jenkins has captured the breadth of human emotions, motivations, and coping mechanisms in his...

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2012 16 The David A Andelman and Pamela Title Award Best international reporting in the broadcast media showing a concern for the human condition Najibullah Quraishi and Jamie Doran WGBH Frontline and Clover Films Opium Brides

Najibullah Quraishi’s reporting in Opium Brides stood out for its exploration of a dangerous, hidden...

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2012 17 The Joe and Laurie Dine Award Best international reporting in any medium dealing with human rights Sebastian Rotella, Ana Arana, Brian Reed, Habiba Nosheen ProPublica, Fundacion MEPI and WBEZ’s This American Life “Massacre, Memory and Justice in Guatemala”

“Finding Oscar” is a magnificent journalistic collaboration documenting how prosecutors, forensic anthropologists and...

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2012 18 The Whitman Bassow Award Best reporting in any medium on international environmental issues Peter Gwin with photographer Brent Stirton National Geographic Magazine Rhino Wars

We chose to honor the powerful National Geographic piece, Rhino Wars by Peter Gwin, with...

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2012 19 The Robert Spiers Benjamin Award Best reporting in any medium on Latin America Alberto Arce Associated Press Honduras

One of the most violent countries in the world receives scant media coverage. But Alberto Arce of the Associated Press...

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