Patrick Tyler
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Patrick Tyler

Patrick E. Tyler is an author and formerly chief correspondent for the 'New York Times'. He is the author of three books: 'A World of Trouble: The White House and the Middle East from the Cold War to the War on Terror', 'A Great Wall: Six Presidents and China', a history of U.S.-China relations since the 1972 opening by President Richard Nixon, and 'Running Critical - The Silent War, Rickover and General Dynamics', a history of the U.S. nuclear submarine program under Admiral Hyman G. Rickover. Wikipedia*

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Patrick Tyler has four videos in the C-SPAN Video Library; the first appearance was a 1991 Journalists' Roundtable. The year with the highest average number of views per program was 1999 with an average of 837 views per program as a Bureau Chief for the China of the New York Times.

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Previously

Correspondent, [New York Times] c. February 8, 1991 - c. December 1, 2004 Videos: 3 Bureau Chief, China, [New York Times] c. January 1, 1999 - c. September 15, 1999 Videos: 1

Recent Appearances

  • <em>Fortress Israel</em>

    Fortress Israel

    Patrick Tyler talked about his book, Fortress Israel: The Inside Story of the Military Elite Who Run the Country - And Why They…

  • <em>A Great Wall: Six Presidents and China</em>

    A Great Wall: Six Presidents and China

    Patrick Tyler talked about his book, A Great Wall: Six Presidents and China: An Investigative History, published by Public…

  • Reporting on the Middle East

    Reporting on the Middle East

    The panel’s discussion focused on reporting on the Middle East.

  • News Review

    News Review

    The panel discusses the goals of the different American military branches and their respective reports to Dick Cheney and…

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