Articles

Directline Holidays (www.directline-holidays.co.uk/)
“Hassle Free Prague,” by Mark Baker
“The Best of the Best of Prague,” by Mark Baker

Hidden Europe (www.hiddeneurope.co.uk)
“Of Carbuncles and Communist Memories: Prague,” by Mark Baker

National Geographic Traveler (http://travel.nationalgeographic.com/travel/traveler-magazine/)
“Checking In: Poland’s New Polish,” by Mark Baker
“48 Hours in Krakow,” by Mark Baker
“Prague Walking Tour, The Royal Route,” by Mark Baker

The Prague Post (www.praguepost.com)
“Reviving a Lost Literary Scene,” by Mark Baker
“Kabul: A New Prague?” by Mark Baker
“Let Them Eat Canned Goulash … and Frozen Pizza,” by Mark Baker

The Wall Street Journal Europe (http://europe.wsj.com/home-page)
“Built in Brno: When Empire Met Modern,” by Mark Baker
“Poor Americans,” by Mark Baker
“Interview with Spy Author Olen Steinhauer,” by Mark Baker
“Romanian Holiday: Discover Sibiu’s Unexpected Beauty,” by Mark Baker

Wanderlust (UK) (www.wanderlust.co.uk)
“Top 10 Christmas Markets” (excerpt from larger article that appeared in print)

Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (www.rferl.org)
(Some sample articles I wrote as a correspondent and editor for RFE/RL)

Afghanistan (During a reporting trip to Kabul in 2002)

“Kabul Fears Iraq War Could Divert International Attention From Its Struggle,” by Mark Baker
“Reporter’s Notebook — A Trip To The Panjshir Valley,” by Mark Baker
“Kabul’s Refugees Feel Passed Over By International Aid,” by Mark Baker

The Netherlands (During a reporting trip to Amsterdam in 2004)
“Dutch Immigration (Part 1) — The Death Of Multiculturalism,” by Mark Baker
“Dutch Immigration (Part 2) — Paying The Price Of Political Correctness,” by Mark Baker
“Dutch Immigration (Part 3) — The Voices of Hope And Fear,” by Mark Baker
“Dutch Immigration (Part 4) — Was 2 November Holland’s ‘9/11’?,” by Mark Baker