Roger Cohen

Columnist for the New York Times; Foreign editor for three years

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Columnist for the New York Times; former foreign editor for the New York Times for three years

Roger Cohen on KCRW

The might and magic of  Roger Federer . What's behind the success of the greatest tennis player in history?

Roger Federer makes history with eight wins at Wimbledon

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Multibillion-dollar investor Warren Buffett has  made headlines  by suggesting that he and other rich people pay too little in taxes.

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Multibillion-dollar investor Warren Buffett has made headlines by suggesting that he and other rich people pay too little in taxes.

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