Kati Marton

Kati Marton appears in the following:

The American Who Spied for Stalin

Wednesday, September 07, 2016

Kati Marton with the story of Noel Field, an American who spied for Stalin during the 1930s. 

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Kati Marton on Love and Paris

Thursday, August 16, 2012

Journalist and author Kati Marton discusses love, loss, and life after loss. Her memoir Paris: A Love Story talks about the sudden death of her husband, Richard Holbrooke, her 15-year marriage to Peter Jennings, and the beauty and excitement of Paris she’s found at every stage of her life.

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Remembering Richard Holbrooke

Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Kati Marton, Richard Holbrooke’s widow;James Traub, contributing writer for the New York Times Magazine; and Reuters columnist David Rohde, talk about the career of Richard Holbrooke, who was a pivotal player in U.S. diplomacy for more than 40 years and who died last December. Most recently special envoy for Iraq and Afghanistan under President Obama, Holbrooke also served as assistant secretary of state for both Asia and Europe, and as ambassador to both Germany and the United Nations, and played a key role in brokering a peace agreement in Bosnia that led to the 1995 Dayton Peace Accords. The Unquiet American: Richard Holbrooke in the World is a tribute to his work as a public servant and a backstage history of the last half-century of American foreign policy.

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Kati Marton on Afghan War Policy

Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Kati Marton has made a name for herself as an author and a journalist at ABC and public radio. As the wife of accomplished American Diplomat Richard Holbrooke, a special representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan until his death at the end of last year, she also has a unique perspective on the war in Afghanistan and how U.S. policy is playing in the Middle East. Marton explains how Holbrooke's influence has seeped into U.S. policy in Afghanistan the broader Middle East. 


Enemy of the People

Thursday, January 07, 2010

Award-winning former NPR and ABC News correspondent Kati Marton writes about her family history—during both the Nazi and the Communist periods in Hungary. Enemies of the People: My Family’s Journey to America exposes the cruel mechanics of the Communist Terror State. She pored through the secret police files on ...

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