Roger Cohen is an American journalist. In 2004, he was named the international affairs columnist of “The International Herald Tribune”, writing the Globalist column. At the same time, he became the international writer at large for “The New York Times”. Prior to working at “The Times”, he was a foreign correspondent for “The Wall Street Journal”.
In 1987, Cohen opened many foreign offices for “The Journal?s”, including one in Rio de Janeiro as chief correspondent in South America, covering Brazil, Argentina, Paraguay, Chile, Peru and Venezuela. He has written “Hearts Grown Brutal: Sagas of Sarajevo,”, and he is the co-author of “In the Eye of the Storm: The Life of General H. Norman Schwarzkopf.” His third book, “Soldiers and Slaves: American POWs Trapped by the Nazis’ Final Gamble,” was published in 2001.
Cohen won the Peter R. Weitz Prize from the German Marshall Fund for dispatches from Europe; an Overseas Press Club of America Citation for a series on immigration; and the Arthur F. Burns Prize from the Foreign Office of the Federal Republic of Germany for commentary on German-American relations.
Source- NY Times