Edward Lucas

The Economist

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Senior Editor , and former Central and Eastern Europe correspondent, for The Economist magazine; author of The New Cold War: Putin’s Russia and the Threat to the West and, more recently, The Snowden Operation: Inside the West's Greatest Intelligence Disaster

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Since the Internet was created, there have been problems with online identification.  We all know about fraud and identity theft.

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When Hillary Clinton was Secretary of State, President Obama wanted to “re-set” relations with Russia. How times have changed.

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