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Patrick Winn, GlobalPost

Patrick Winn covers Thailand with Pailin Wedel for GlobalPost. His work is backed by deep reporting and driven by narrative storytelling. He has chased stories to North Korea's barren river border and inside heavily fortified stealth jet hangars. He has investigated one of the U.S. military's most savage troop-on-troop... more
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