Samuel Dillon

Formerly of The New York Times

Bio

Samuel Dillon and Julia Preston were The New York Times Mexico bureau chiefs from 1995 to 2000. Along with two other reporters, they won a Pulitzer Prize in 1998 for their coverage of Mexico's narcotics underworld.

Featured Work

Opening Mexico: The Making of a Democracy by Preston and Dillon

MAR 18, 2004 Podcast

Opening Mexico: The Making of a Democracy

Julia Preston and Samuel Dillon discuss Mexico's extraordinary democratic transformation.

Opening Mexico: The Making of a Democracy by Preston and Dillon

MAR 18, 2004 Podcast

Opening Mexico: The Making of a Democracy

Julia Preston and Samuel Dillon discuss Mexico's extraordinary democratic transformation.

Opening Mexico: The Making of a Democracy by Preston and Dillon

MAR 18, 2004 Podcast

Opening Mexico: The Making of a Democracy

Julia Preston and Samuel Dillon discuss Mexico's extraordinary democratic transformation.

Opening Mexico: The Making of a Democracy by Preston and Dillon

MAR 18, 2004 Transcript

Opening Mexico: The Making of a Democracy

Julia Preston and Samuel Dillon discuss Mexico's extraordinary democratic transformation.