Rosalind Russell

Rosalind Russell is a journalist and editor with two decades of international experience.

She has worked as a foreign correspondent for Reuters and The Independent in East Africa, the Middle East and Asia, reporting on the fall of the Taliban in Afghanistan, the war in Iraq and Myanmar’s Saffron Revolution.

Her first book, Burma’s Spring, was described by Asian Affairs as ‘reportage at its best’ and reached number one in the UK Kindle non-fiction bestseller list.

She lives in London with her husband and two daughters and currently works for the Evening Standard.