Ben Judah is a foreign policy writer based in New York. His current research focuses on the foreign policy of the Biden-Harris administration, transnational kleptocracy, and Britain's attempts to reset its diplomatic posture after the Brexit.
Ben Judah is a foreign policy writer based in New York. His current research focuses on the foreign policy of the Biden-Harris administration, transnational kleptocracy, and Britain’s attempts to redefine its diplomatic posture after the Brexit.
In Washington DC, he worked closely with the offices of Senate Democrats, including Senators Sanders and Whitehouse, to develop a global anti-money laundering agenda as a central element of US foreign policy.
He was a fellow at the Hudson Institute in Washington DC, where he conducted research on the Institute’s groundbreaking Kleptocracy initiative, the European Council on Foreign Relations in London, and the European Stability Initiative in Istanbul.
He has interviewed and profiled global figures including French President Emmanuel Macron, Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan, British Chancellor Rishi Sunak and, most recently, First Lady Melania Trump. As a journalist, he has reported on the Russian-Georgian war, the unrest in Central Asia, the Arab Spring, and the British, French and American elections.
Il est l’auteur de deux livres, Fragile Empire, une étude de la Russie de Vladimir Poutine, et This Is London, sur la capitale britannique. En 2021, il publiera son troisième livre chez Picador Macmillan.
Il a été sélectionné parmi les 30-Under-30 européens de Forbes et, plus récemment, a été finaliste pour le prix Ryszard Kapuściński 2019 du reportage littéraire.
After Kabul, a Tipping Point for Europeans?
13 international experts from the four corners of Europe and beyond take a stand on the state of transatlantic relations following the withdrawal of Afghanistan and the AUKUS alliance.Read the article