Bruce Clark
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Clark, Bruce

<b>Bruce Clark</b> writes on European Affairs and Religion for <i>The Economist</i>. He has been diplomatic correspondent of the <i>Financial Times</i>, Moscow correspondent for <i>The Times</i>, and Athens correspondent for <i>Reuters</i>. He is the author of <i>Empire's New Clothes</i> (1995), an exploration of the rise of nationalism in post-Soviet Russia in the 1990s, and <i>Twice a Stranger: How Mass Expulsion Forged Modern Greece and Turkey</i>, a history of the population exchange between Greece and Turkey which took place in the early 1920s following the Treaty of Lausanne. <i>Twice a Stranger</i> won the Runciman Award in 2007.