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|Award Date||Award||Award Recipient(s)||As appeared in/on||Honored for||Narrative|
|2014||11 The Thomas Nast Award||Best cartoons on international affairs.||Signe Wilkinson||Philadelphia Daily News||Best cartoons on international affairs||
Signe Wilkinson wades into the big story and emerges with fresh ideas, delivering an alternative take on events explored by others. Her...Read more...
|2014||12 The Morton Frank Award||Best business reporting from abroad in magazines.||Cam Simpson and Jesse Westbrook||Bloomberg||The Hedge Fund and the Despot||
Six years after Robert Mugabe brutalized the opposition to win re-election in 2008 as president of Zimbabwe, Bloomberg reporters...Read more...
|2014||13 The Malcom Forbes Award||Best business reporting from abroad in newspapers or wire services.||Stephen Grey and Reuters team||Reuters||Comrade Capitalism||
This series of nine stories showed how President Vladimir Putin and his billionaire friends...Read more...
|2014||14 The Cornelius Ryan Award||Evan Osnos||Farrar, Straus & Giroux||Age of Ambition||
A powerful look into the soul of China as its 1.3 billion inhabitants clamor for economic and spiritual success after decades of deprivation. The book is...Read more...
|2014||15 The Madeline Dane Ross Award||Best international reporting in the print medium or online showing a concern for the human condition||Jason Motlagh and Atish Saha||The Virginia Quarterly Review||The Ghosts of Rana Plaza||
The Madeline Dane Ross Award goes to the best international reporting in the print medium showing a concern for the human condition. That requirement is impossible to quantify – it must be felt....Read more...
|2014||16 The David A Andelman and Pamela Title Award||Best international reporting in the broadcast media showing a concern for the human condition||Josh Fine and David Scott||HBO Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel||The Price of Glory||
“The Price of Glory” is enterprise reporting at its best...Read more...
|2014||17 The Joe and Laurie Dine Award||Best international reporting in any medium dealing with human rights||Samuel Black, Anjali Kamat and the Fault Lines team||Al Jazeera America||Fault Lines: America’s War Workers||
A stunning example of what good journalism can do to expose labor abuses, “America’s...Read more...
|2014||18 The Whitman Bassow Award||Best reporting in any medium on international environmental issues||Nick Miroff||The Washington Post||Pushing South||
In five lengthy and deeply reported stories, Nick...Read more...
|2014||19 The Robert Spiers Benjamin Award||Best reporting in any medium on Latin America||Molly Hennessy-Fiske, Tracy Wilkinson, Kate Linthicum, Don Bartletti and Cindy Carcamo||The Los Angeles Times||A Wave of Migrants||
The Los Angeles Times’s intrepid team of reporters and photographers gave a rich and complex picture of the surge of unaccompanied minors traveling from Mexico into south Texas, tracing...Read more...
|2014||20 Best Multimedia News Presentation||Best use of video, interactive graphics and slideshows to report on international news||Steve Inskeep, Kainaz Amaria and NPR staff||NPR||Borderland||
Technically flawless, “Borderland” is a simple idea but brilliant in its approach and execution...Read more...