The Taliban Shuffle
This was an event in the University Center’s Lake Room at the 2011 Chicago Tribune Printers Row Lit Fest.
Kim Barker, the former South Asia bureau chief for the Chicago Tribune, talked about her book The Taliban Shuffle in conversation with Colin McMahon. She responded to questions from members of the audience.
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Kim Barker Correspondent ProPublica
Kate Fotenos Spokesperson Chicago Tribune
Colin McMahon Editor (Former) Chicago Tribune->Foreign Affairs
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