Bronwen Maddox

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Bronwen Maddox is a British-American journalist. She is the daughter of the science writer Sir John Maddox and the journalist and biographer Brenda Maddox.

Maddox was 'born in New York City and read PPE at Oxford University, and became a director of Kleinwort Benson Securities. Joining the Financial Times, she headed an investigation into the publisher Robert Maxwell. Later, she moved to The Times to be its Washington Bureau Chief and US Editor, and was then its Foreign Editor. Maddox is now the Chief Foreign Commentator for The Times. She is a Governor of the Ditchley Foundation for transatlantic debate. Bronwen Maddox lives in London with her daughter.' [1]




  1. Duckworth In Defence of America by Bronwen Maddox