Anthony Shadid was one of the finest foreign correspondents of his -- or
any -- generation. He passed away Feb. 16, 2012, while on assignment in Syria, but
left behind a body of work that was often as poetic as it
was insightful. Here are some of our favorite moments.
More than three decades ago, before
there was an Islamic Republic, the West sought desperately to prevent Iran's
ruler from getting his hands on the bomb. New revelations show just how serious
the crisis was -- and why America's denuclearization drive isn't working.