Michael Goldfarb was for many years been public radio's most familiar voice from London. First as NPR's London Correspondent and Bureau Chief and more recently as reporter and host for Inside Out documentaries. He is the recipient of broadcast journalism's highest honors, the DuPont-Columbia Award, the Overseas Press Club's Lowell Thomas Award and numerous Edward R. Murrow Awards. His book on the Iraq war, Ahmad's War, Ahmad's Peace: Surviving Under Saddam, Dying in the New Iraq was named a New York Times Notable Book of 2005. it was also called "the most personal, heartbreaking and sadly overlooked" book about that conflict by Salon.com.
His most recent book is "Emancipation: How Liberating Europe's Jews From the Ghetto Led Revolution and Renaissance.'
NB I am not the Michael Goldfarb who works for the Weekly Standard ...