John Peet

John Peet has been an editor and writer at The Economist since 1986, in roles including executive editor, business affairs editor, Brexit editor and a correspondent in Brussels and Washington. Earlier, he was a civil servant at the Treasury and Foreign Office. He is the coauthor of “Unhappy Union: How the Euro Crisis—and Europe—Can Be Fixed” (Profile Books, 2014). In 2012 he won the Gerald Loeb Award for commentary.

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Navalny

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Orbán Valentine

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Trump - Be Afraid

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Biden & Co

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Orban and Ukraine

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Badddest

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Blondes

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Plan B

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