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Sara Miller Llana finds a new vantage point to view shifts in global thinking

Sara Miller Llana was recently made the Monitor’s Canada bureau chief after covering Europe from Paris for five years and reporting on Latin America from Mexico City for seven years. Managing editor Amelia Newcomb introduced Sara’s first story from Canada in the Monitor Daily on July 18: “While Sara is moving to a new geographical base, her focus will be less on physical location than on new ways of thinking about long-standing issues.”

Sara is a perfect choice for exploring the collision between the traditional international order, represented by Europe and Canada, and the new direction of Washington and President Trump.

As part of our new monthly profiles of Monitor journalists, I recently interviewed Sara about her move from Paris to Toronto. 

How will you go about exploring this new beat.

With this new post in Canada, we are

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