'Qaddafi Files' wins National Magazine Award

We're thrilled to announce that "The Qaddafi Files," an examination of the archives of the late Libyan dictator -- including never-before-seen family photos, and articles by Human Rights Watch's Peter Bouckaert and Qaddafi scholar Dirk Vandewalle -- has just won a National Magazine Award for multimedia. The digital awards were presented in New York today by the American Society of Magazine Editors. 

It's the third year in a row FP has taken home a digital "ellie." In 2010, Tom Ricks' Best Defense won. Last year, it was Colum Lynch's Turtle Bay.

Thanks to all of you for making this another great year on the web for FP.  Let's do it again next year!


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