LIFE AS A FOREIGN CORRESPONDENT05/27/03
Mark Lee has worked as a war correspondent for several publications including the London Telegraph. He's covered wars in Bosnia, East Timor and Africa. Being a correspondent during wartime presents a variety of problems - including being dependent on the military force you are trying to cover. Lee is also vice president of the international writers' group, PEN. Lee's latest book, CANAL HOUSE discusses the ethical dilemmas facing war correspondents.