Daniel Dombey

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Full name: Daniel Dombey

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Journals/Organisation: Financial Times

Email: daniel.dombey@ft.com

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Website: FT.Com / Daniel Dombey

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Education: Magdalen College, Oxford: economics, politics and philosophy; Cambridge University: MPhil Latin American studies

Career: Joined the FT in 1995: two years as Mexico City correspondent - wrote about events such as the Zapatista rebellion and the country's movement to market liberalisation; European Diplomatic Correspondent, based in Brussels 2001/2007 - covered: EU foreign policy issues, Europe’s relations with China and the US, and also the role of Nato. He has previously covered issues including the European Convention and the future of Europe, competition policy and liberalisation issues (including Microsoft and Alstom), corporate governance, energy, telecoms, transport; Deputy Bureau Chief and US Diplomatic Correspondent, 2007-

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Email: daniel.dombey@ft.com

Website: FT.Com / Daniel Dombey

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  • Fundamentals in focus - Turkey offers hope to neighbours and investors facing a turbulent outlook – but doubts are growing about the sustainability of its performance - 18th October

Articles: 2009

  • The nuclear options - Uranium enrichment: World powers are stepping up efforts to manage a dangerous moment as Iran moves ever closer to developing a bomb - 23rd September (with Roula Khalaf and James Blitz)
  • Flames to douse - America and Iran: As it tries to reset relations, Washington faces the problem that Tehran’s nuclear programme is gathering pace all the while – and regional powers are at best wary - 17th April
  • Privileged position - The former Soviet Union: As America faces ousting from its last airbase in central Asia, Moscow is regaining influence over the empire it long ruled - 3rd April (with Charles Clover and Isabel Gorst)
  • Leaning closer - Europe and Obama: Transatlantic relations have been fraught under Bush but the administration that takes over in Washington a week from today will be no pushover - 13th January (with Tony Barber)

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