Jeremy Cliffe is the International Editor at the New Statesman. He leads the British magazine’s growing international coverage and writes a weekly column on world affairs.
Before that he worked at The Economist for eight years, writing both the Bagehot (Britain) and Charlemagne (Europe) columns and serving as Berlin Bureau Chief and Brussels Bureau Chief.
Among other events, he covered the British referendum on Brexit, the German federal election and the European election. He has written for a wide range of other international publications and presented documentaries for the BBC.
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