Edward Lucas is the deputy Editor of The Economist's International Section, and author primarily about the former Soviet states/Eastern Europe.
From the Henry Jackson Society profile:
- Edward Lucas is author of the critically acclaimed The New Cold War and Deputy Editor of The Economist’s International Section. He has been covering the central and east European region since 1986, latterly as The Economist's Central and Eastern Europe correspondent. His postings included stringing for the Economist in Czechoslovakia and the Baltic States, and being editorial director of the Economist Intelligence Unit in Vienna. In 1996, he became Berlin correspondent and in 1998, Moscow bureau chief. After leaving Russia in 2002, he covered education and transport for the Britain section until 2005. He has been in his present post since the launch of the new International section in 2006.
Contact, References and Resources
- The Henry Jackson Society hosted an event featuring Edward Lucas at the House of Commons, 17 March 2008. The topic: Russia renewing the Cold War.