Copy boy Washington Post, 1956-1957. Sub editor, reporter, foreign correspondent United Press International (United Press International), 1959-1980. Bureau chief United States News and World Report, Moscow, 1981-1986.
From assistant professor to professor School Journalism, Northeastern University, Boston, since 1989, director, 1992—1999. Member advisory board New England Press Association, Boston, since 1992, Vorontsov Palace Memorial Trust, Vancouver, since 1994, Toda Institute Peace, Cambridge/Tokyo, since 1995.
- Of Spies and Spokesmen: My Life as a Cold War Correspondent (Paperback) - Common
- In this riveting memoir, Daniloff describes the reality of journalism behind the Iron Curtain: how Western reporters banded together to thwart Soviet propagandists, how their official sources were almost always controlled by the KGB--and how those sources would sometimes try to turn newsmen into collaborators.
- Of Spies and Spokesmen: My Life as a Cold War Correspondent
- An American reporter of Russian heritage assigned to Soviet-era Moscow might seem to have an edge on his colleagues, but when he’s falsely accused of spying, any advantage quickly evaporates.
- Two Lives, One Russia
- Nicholas Daniloff's arrest by the KGB in the fall of 1986 made headlines around the world, but the roots of that story ran deeper than anyone knew.
- The Kremlin and the Cosmos
- The Kremlin and the Cosmos BOOK
Born December 30, 1934
1956 - 1957
1959 - 1980
1981 - 1986