Charles M. Sennott, the Executive Editor and Vice President of GlobalPost, is an award-winning journalist and author with a distinguished career in international reporting for both print and broadcast news organizations. An experienced bureau chief, a hard hitting foreign correspondent and an energetic innovator in multimedia, Sennott is uniquely equipped to be a leader in the digital age of international journalism. Through nearly 25 years as a reporter and on-air analyst, Sennott has been on the front lines of wars and insurgencies in 15 countries from the jungles of Colombia to the deserts of Iraq. He has covered a wide range of stories from the papal transition in Rome to the oil industry in Saudi Arabia. A long-time foreign correspondent for The Boston Globe, Sennott served as the Globe's Middle East Bureau Chief based in Jerusalem from 1997 to 2001 and as Europe Bureau Chief based in London from 2001 to 2005. In 2005, Sennott returned to his native New England when he was awarded a Nieman Fellowship at Harvard University. In fall 2006, he returned to the Globe newsroom as a Staff Writer for Special Projects. Since then, Sennott has been a leader on a multimedia team that combines writing with still photography as well as audio and video in an effort to produce groundbreaking coverage both online and in the newspaper. In addition to editing GlobalPost, Sennott blogs at http://groundtruth.globalpost.com/.
Modern conflicts in Iraq, Nigeria and the Holy Land all have origins in what was once called "the war to end all wars."
by C.M. Sennott, GlobalPost | Jun 27, 2014
U.S. national security sources describe how Osama bin Laden was tracked down
by C.M. Sennott, GlobalPost | May 2, 2011
Analysis: History tells us that presidents turn to foreign policy if they lose Congress.
by C.M. Sennott, GlobalPost | Oct 27, 2010
Gays and lesbians are allowed to serve openly in the military in most Western countries
by C.M. Sennott, GlobalPost | Feb 3, 2010
Photographer's 15-year history with one Afghan family
by C.M. Sennott, GlobalPost | Aug 14, 2009
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