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From the August 2004 issue of The Christian Science Journal

The Journal's masthead might look a little different to you this month. After serving superbly as Managing Editor for the past two years, Rosalie E. Dunbar has taken on a new assignment as News & Special Projects Editor for the Journal and its sister publication, the Christian Science Sentinel. This new role will allow Rosalie to take an in-depth look at the issues confronting our world today and to explore the spiritual solutions so needed at this time.

In this month's Frontlines section, Rosalie chronicles the progress toward peace that's been made over the last 30 years in Northern Ireland—and considers whether the lessons learned in this formerly troubled country might be useful to other embattled regions around the world.

We're also pleased to announce that Amy Brooke Baker will be stepping into the role of Managing Editor. Amy began her career as an editor at The Christian Science Monitor, and worked as a reporter and as a screenwriter in Los Angeles before joining the Journal staff last year.

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