Edward Luce

Bureau Chief, Financial Times Washington Bureau, Washington, DC

Edward Luce was made the Financial Times (FT) Washington, DC, bureau chief in July 2006, writing on the US economy, politics, and foreign affairs; and managing a team of ten Washington-based reporters. Previously, he was the South Asia bureau chief, based in New Delhi, appointed in 2001. He started his career as Geneva-based correspondent for The Guardian newspaper of the United Kingdom. His highly-acclaimed book India: In Spite of the Gods, The Strange Rise of Modern India, was released in 2008. Mr. Luce graduated in politics, philosophy, and economics from Oxford University and completed a post-graduate diploma in newspaper journalism from City University, London.

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