War, some would have you believe, is inevitable and internationalism is obsolete. Not so argues Noah Richler.
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Author and broadcaster
Noah Richler is an author and broadcaster who lives in Toronto and Nova Scotia. He made radio documentaries for the BBC for many years before returning to Canada in 1998 to join the founding staff of the National Post. He is the author of This Is My Country, What’s Yours? A Literary Atlas of Canada, which won the 2007 British Columbia Award for Canadian Non-Fiction, was nominated for the 2006 Nereus Writer’s Trust Non-Fiction Prize and was chosen as a ‘Best Book’ by, among others, the Globe and Mail, the National Post and Amazon.ca, and as one of Canada’s Top Ten Books of the Decade by Macleans.ca. He is a regular contributor to the Op-Ed and cultural pages of the Globe and Mail, the Toronto Star and the National Post, to The Walrus and Maclean’s, and is the winner of two gold National Magazine Awards. His most recent book, What We Talk About When We Talk About War is published by Goose Lane Editions.