Bruce Clark

Bruce Clark is a writer on history, culture and ideas, especially that of the Greeks, for The Economist. His posts as a journalist have included those of diplomatic correspondent for the Financial Times, Moscow correspondent for The Times, and editor of the Economist’s international news pages. Earlier he worked for Reuters in Paris and Athens. He is the author of Twice A Stranger, a prize-winning study of the Greek-Turkish population exchange, and of An Empire’s New Clothes, a personal view of post-soviet Russia. In 2008 he was named Archon-Interpreter of the Ecumenical Patriarchate.

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