Anne Applebaum is a distinguished journalist, historian, and renowned author who has made significant contributions to the discussions on international politics and history. An American and Polish citizen, she is distinguished for her meticulously researched historical accounts and her insightful discourse on current global matters.
A Pulitzer Prize-winning author, Applebaum's works typically delve into the history of Central and Eastern Europe. Her most notable contributions include books like "Gulag: A History," which earned her the 2004 Pulitzer Prize for Non-Fiction, and "Iron Curtain: The Crushing of Eastern Europe 1944-1956," demonstrating her profound understanding of the region's complex history. In addition to her extensive list of publications, she has also served as a columnist for The Washington Post, providing her expertise on contemporary global affairs.
Applebaum’s work extends beyond writing, as she is a Professor of Practice at the London School of Economics, where she leads projects on 21st-century propaganda and disinformation. A highly respected thought leader, her unique ability to analyze history and link it to modern-day politics makes her an indispensable voice in today's international discourse.