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Charlotte McDonald-GibsonWestern Europe correspondent
Charlotte McDonald-Gibson covers the European Union, the Eurozone debt crisis, NATO, and central and northern Europe for The Ind... moreCharlotte McDonald-Gibson covers the European Union, the Eurozone debt crisis, NATO, and central and northern Europe for The Independent and others. She has 10 years experience of foreign reporting, including postings in Afghanistan, Pakistan and Thailand.
Christopher Lee is a political and constitutional historian. He specialises in international politics, Intelligence and the poli... moreChristopher Lee is a political and constitutional historian. He specialises in international politics, Intelligence and the political and military consequences of strategic ambitions. He is a former BBC defence and foreign affairs correspondent and Quatercentenary Fellow in Contemporary History Emmanuel College, Cambridge. He has authored or edited 26 books and is the official biographer of the British statesman, Lord Carrington.
Deaglan de Breadun is a Poitical Correspondent for the Irish Times. Formerly the paper's Northern Editor/Belfast bureau chief an... moreDeaglan de Breadun is a Poitical Correspondent for the Irish Times. Formerly the paper's Northern Editor/Belfast bureau chief and Foreign Affairs Correspondent. His specialist areas are Northern Ireland and the domestic politics of the Republic of Ireland. In February 2007he was appointed Political Correspondent of The Irish Times, working mainly out of Leinster House in Dublin, seat of the Irish parliament. In a wide-ranging career, he has reported from five continents on a diverse range of issues. He has interviewed in depth Yasser Arafat, Kofi Annan, Egypt's President Mubarak and former Irish prime minister, the late Charles J. Haughey. He has won awards for my coverage of Northern Ireland and for other work.