Edward Lucas

Senior Fellow

Edward Lucas is a Nonresident Senior Fellow at the Center for European Policy Analysis (CEPA). He was formerly a senior editor at The Economist. Lucas has covered Central and Eastern European affairs since 1986, writing, broadcasting, and speaking on the politics, economics, and security of the region.

A graduate of the London School of Economics and long-serving foreign correspondent in Berlin, Vienna, Moscow, and the Baltic states, he is an internationally recognized expert on espionage, subversion, the use and abuse of history, energy security and information warfare.

He is the author of four books: The New Cold War (2008, newly revised and republished); Deception (2011); The Snowden Operation (2014), and Cyberphobia (2015). His website is edwardlucas.com and he tweets as @edwardlucas.

Written by Edward Lucas

Cotton Knots; Olympic Rows; Wolf Warrior Winner In This Issue: The Beijing Olympics loom large, a new wolf-warrior winner, and media freedom in China
Irresistible? China advances, when we fail to stop it
The Bust-Up; a Wolf Warrior Winner; Vaccine Diplomacy In This Issue: meltdown in Paris; spies caught, hacks exposed; no-shows at a Beijing show-trial
Beijing’s Bits and Bytes The Chinese party-state’s technological advantage is not invincible
Britain has its Cake and Eats it; a Wolf-Warrior Winner; Liechtenstein’s China Tie-up The problem: Britain still wants strong trade and investment ties with China: “cakeism”
Poor Relation Hybrid warfare is a big threat. But countering it lacks political support