Friday, November 15, 2013

Good News from the Los Angeles Times

From: Hartenstein, Eddy
Sent: Friday, November 15, 2013 5:37 PM
To: yyeditall
Subject: Re: Congratulations to Doyle McManus

Congratulations from all of us!
Richly deserved and nicely done!
From: Horton, Sue
Sent: Friday, November 15, 2013 04:38 PM
To: yyeditall
Subject: Congratulations to Doyle McManus

To The Staff:

We’re pleased to announce that Times Washington columnist Doyle McManus, whose incisive writing about politics and world affairs graces the op-ed pages on Wednesdays and Sundays, will receive the 2013 Arthur Ross Award for distinguished commentary on foreign policy.

The award, given by the American Academy of Diplomacy, recognizes “reporting and analysis on diplomacy and foreign affairs that is making a singular contribution to public understanding of the critical role played by diplomacy in the furtherance of America’s foreign policy interests.”

Previous recipients include our own Barbara Demick, the late Anthony Shadid of The New York Times, and Jim Lehrer of PBS.

Doyle has reported for the Los Angeles Times from the Middle East, Iran and Central America; and served as the newspaper's State Department correspondent, White House correspondent and Washington bureau chief before becoming a columnist in 2009. His column is now syndicated nationwide.

He happens to be in Los Angeles today, so keep your eyes peeled, and you may have a chance to offer him much-deserved congratulations in person.

Sue Horton and Nick Goldberg

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