Bruce Clark (journalist)

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Bruce Clark is the international security editor of The Economist,[1] and notable as the author of Twice A Stranger: How Mass Expulsion Forged Modern Greece and Turkey.

Son of Wallace Clark, a Northern Irish businessman, he was educated at Shrewsbury School where he excelled in academics particularly in Classics. He went on to study Philosophy at St John's College Cambridge. His writing for The Economist is usually focussed on religion or defence.

His book Twice A Stranger[2][3] is a history of the population exchange between Greece and Turkey which took place in the early 1920s following the Treaty of Lausanne. The book won the Runciman Award in 2007.[4]

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