When you could be captured, tortured or killed any moment as a part of your work, only the tough can hang in there and make a career out of it. Margaret Coker lasted two decades as a foreign correspondent across thirty-two countries on four continents, including some of the worst warzones on earth in the Middle East. In this chat she takes us behind the scenes not only of the job but also her inner coping strategies, showing us how she hung in there to shine light on issues that have led to criminal trials of global banks and investigations of corrupt police officers, as well as freedom for three people wrongly convicted and incarcerated - proving that the wait can be worth all the worry in the end.

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