Rory Carroll

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Full name: Rory Carroll-Maher

Area of interest: Foreign affairs

Journals/Organisation: The Guardian

Email: rory.carroll@guardian.co.uk

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Website: Guardian.co / Rory Carroll

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Education: Blackrock College, Trinity College; Dublin City University, Ireland

Career: The Guardian: Reporter 1997/1999, Foreign correspondent in Rome 1999/2002, Africa 2002/2005, Iraq 2005, Africa 2005/2006, South America 2006-

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Website: Rory Carroll: All | Argentina | Colombia | Cuba

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  • Who needs Che? - Fifty years on from Cuba's revolution, there is relief that Guevara never managed to export his experiment - 4th January 2009
  • Mellowing in Miraflores - Hugo Chavez now displays the attributes of a good loser - 8th January 2008
  • Looney Tunes in Caracas - Chavez is an outsize and colourful character. But that is no excuse to treat him and events like a cartoon - 25th August 2007
  • What Chavez thinks about open debate - Whether he follows through or not, Hugo Chavez's threat to expel foreign critics does great damage to the cause of free speech in Venezuela - 23rd July 2007
  • Changing channels - The protests over the closure of Venezuela's RCTV have hurt Hugo Chavez but are now losing momentum - 22nd June 2007
  • A video nasty - Pictures of a 2001 meeting between Columbia's president and a notorious paramilitary have brought the scandal of collusion closer to the centre of power - 19th June 2007
  • Neutering dissent - The Venezuelan president's decision to cancel the free-to-air license of an anti-Chavez TV station sends out worrying signals - 23d May 2007
  • The hydra loses a head - With the death of Zarqawi, the insurgency in Iraq has lost its public face - for the time being - 8th June 2006
  • Neutering dissent - The Venezuelan president's decision to cancel the free-to-air license of an anti-Chavez TV station sends out worrying signals

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