Edward Lucas


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May 03, 1962

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Edward Lucas is a British journalist. Lucas works for The Economist, the London-based global news weekly. He was the Moscow bureau chief from 1998 to 2002, and thereafter the central and east European correspondent. He has also been a correspondent for The Independent and the BBC. Lucas also writes occasionally for The Daily Mail.

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The New Cold War: Putin's R...

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The Snowden Operation: Insi...

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Deception: Spies, Lies and ...

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Spycraft Rebooted: How Tech...

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Cyberphobia: Identity, Trus...

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“The Snowdenistas' exaggeration stems from a conflation of self-criticism with self-hatred. In their eyes, democracy, the rule of law and constitutional government have been so eroded that the West carries no moral weight at all. The authorities are capable of anything, so it is sensible to assume that they do what they are capable of. Why would they stop?”
Edward Lucas, The Snowden Operation: Inside the West's Greatest Intelligence Disaster

“This is not an approach that would be tolerated in other forms of protest. Anti-nuclear activists may blockade power stations or weapons facilities. Even they would regard it as irresponsible to try to sabotage them, aiming to cause maximum damage, in the expectation that the resulting debate will outweigh the harm done.”
Edward Lucas, The Snowden Operation: Inside the West's Greatest Intelligence Disaster

“...[I]f we do not win the New Cold War on terms of our choosing, we will fight at a time and place chosen by our adversary, and the odds will be tilted against us [212].”
Edward Lucas, The New Cold War: Putin's Russia and the Threat to the West

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