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William Pfaff. It is with sadness that Tribune Content Agency announces the death of one of its pre-eminent and longtime syndicated columnists, William Pfaff. He died April 30 at age 86 in Paris, where he resided. Pfaff was a globally recognized commentator on international affairs and took fierce, comprehensively researched stands that often were critical of interventionist U.S. foreign policy. He was a contributor to The New Yorker, The New York Review of Books, Foreign Affairs and other high-profile publications. He was also the author of eight books on American foreign policy and contemporary history. His “Barbarian Sentiments” was a National Book Award finalist. The American Academy of Diplomacy awarded him its annual prize for distinguished commentary in 2006, saying, “Few can rival his impact on thinking about the deepest dilemmas of foreign policy and the prime movers in human society . . . .” As befit his prodigious work ethic and despite failing health, he continued to write almost until his death, filing his last column on April 22. Pfaff started his column at the Los Angeles Times Syndicate in 1986. In an obituary in the New York Times, his wife, Carolyn, was quoted as saying, “He lashed out at America because he loved it, but he became sadder and sadder about the nation that was so great, yet was belittling itself. He wanted America to stay home and fix its own country.” Pfaff was unquestionably one of the literary lions of political commentary, and TCA will miss his wisdom, insight and dedication to sophisticated public debate.
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