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Lou Marano

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Jewish World Review

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Jewish World Review

125 Carey St.

Lakewood, New Jersey,08701

United States

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Employment History

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United Press International Inc


Reporter and Columnist

The Washington Times LLC


Correspondent

Middle East Times


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www.jewishworldreview.com

Lou Marano
By Lou Marano © 2011, Lou Marano


www.jewishworldreview.com [cached]

Ask Wendy: | Lou Marano:Lou Marano: 'Blessing of a Broken Heart' By Lou Marano Lou Marano is an editor at United Press International.


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Written by former UPI editor Louis Marano, "The Tribalist" presents one journalist's account of his work covering the failed Oslo Peace Process, which started with a handshake between Yitzhak Rabin and Yasser Arafat on the White House lawn in 1993 and culminated in the historic meeting between Arafat and Ehud Barak at Camp David in 2000.
DiRaimo brings a healthy skepticism to his reporting for the wire service Consolidated Press (a stand-in for the now downsized United Press International,) where the book's author, Marano, worked for five years as an editor and reporter covering (among other beats) the State Department during Madeleine Albright's tenure as Secretary. (Marano says this is based on a real incident). And in his long, on-and-off relationship with a Franco- and Germanophilic woman who, despite being cultured and giving, displays anti-Semitism, is Marano suggesting an analogy to Israel's overemphasis on satisfying European opinion in exchange for acceptance? It is intriguing to speculate. At any rate, Marano writes very well about feeling trapped in a bad marriage, and also writes perceptively about being in an up and down relationship.


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By Lou Marano, UPI


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By Lou Marano, June 3, 2003 Washington Times


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