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Ronan Farrow


The New Yorker

Ronan Farrow is a contributor to The New Yorker. His commentary and reporting on human rights and international security issues, including coverage of atrocities in Ethiopia’s Ogaden desert and the Darfur region of Sudan, have appeared in The Wall Street Journal, the Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post and other publications. He has also worked as an anchor and investigative reporter at MSNBC and NBC News, where his coverage of mental health care on college campuses received the 2017 CINE Golden Eagle Award and his investigation of sick and dying workers at the Department of Energy’s Hanford Nuclear Site was a finalist for the Society of Professional Journalists’ Deadline Club Award.

Farrow is the author of the forthcoming War on Peace: The End of Diplomacy and the Decline of American Influence, from W.W. Norton. Prior to his career in journalism, he served as a state department official in Afghanistan, Pakistan, and the Middle East and North Africa.

Farrow is a Yale Law School–educated attorney and a member of the New York Bar, and attended Oxford University as a Rhodes Scholar. He lives in New York City with his partner and dog.