Sam J. Trudeau is a freelance writer based in Canada who contributes regularly to CJAD 800, a Montreal talk-radio station, and to CP24 Toronto News. He has previously worked as a producer and correspondent for Talk Radio News Service, covering the UN in New York, and as the UN representative in New York for Reporters Without Borders. He has a B.A. in political science from Concordia University in Montreal and is fluent in English and in French.

  •  April 15, 2015 
Facing a surge in violence that has made it the United Nations’ deadliest peacekeeping operations now, the UN mission in Mali is struggling to convince populations in the north of the country that it can overcome the remaining obstacles to ensuring that a peace agreement is signed soon and to help restore stability in …
  •  January 15, 2015 
As anti-Ebola vaccines and treatments finally undergo fast-track testing, public health advocates say that governments’ repeated failure to create global norms for coordinating and financing medical advances is a major reason behind the struggle to produce medicine fast enough to end the scourge quickly. Medical officials fighting Ebola in West Africa say the development …

Don't Miss a Story:

Subscribe to PassBlue

Sign up to get the smartest news on the UN by email, joining readers across the globe.​

We respect your privacy and take protecting it seriously​