The story of the American election of 2020 is that things worked.
Andrew Cohen / @Andrew_Z_Cohen
Journalist, author and associate professor of journalism at Carleton University
Andrew Cohen is a journalist, author and associate professor of journalism at Carleton University. In a career of 42 years he has worked in Ottawa, Toronto, London, Berlin and Washington, where he was political correspondent for the Globe and Mail. He has written for the New York Times, United Press International, Time, CNN.com, Maclean's and Foreign Affairs, among other publications. His seven books include a best-selling critique of Canadian foreign policy — While Canada Slept: How We Lost Our Place in the World — which was a finalist for the Governor General’s Literary Award for Non-Fiction. His latest book is Two Days in June: John F. Kennedy’s 48 Hours That Made History. Cohen has won two National Newspaper Awards, three National Magazine Awards and twice been awarded the Queen’s Jubilee Medal. He writes a long-running weekly column for the Ottawa Citizen, appearing in Postmedia Newspapers, and he is a regular commentator on American affairs on CTV News Channel and Sirius Satellite Radio. In 2016-2017, he was a Fulbright Scholar at the Woodrow Wilson Centre for International Scholars in Washington. He received a second Fulbright Scholarship in 2020-2021.
Most Recent Posts
Republicans and Democrats are both hoping to
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at stake and what the results might mean for the Trump presidency.
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