Bruce Clark |

Bruce Clark lives in Northern Ireland, where he works part-time for The Economist as online religion editor. He has worked as a foreign correspondent in Washington, Moscow, Paris and Athens. His previous jobs include international security editor of The Economist, diplomatic correspondent for the Financial Times, and CIS correspondent for The Times. He has written books on Greek-Turkish relations and on post-Soviet Russia.


Brexit border return unites Irish in foreboding

by Bruce Clark | 17.10.2016

Businesses fear tariffs could choke inter-Irish trade, while border controls to keep out migrants from the EU could undo decades of north-south security cooperation.


Dublin braces for pain of Brexit

by Bruce Clark | 07.04.2016

Joint EU membership has transformed ties between Ireland and Britain. Dublin fears the worst if Brexit ends the happy symbiosis.