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Andrew Nagorski, who was born in Scotland to Polish parents, moved to the United States as an infant and has rarely stopped moving since. An award-winning former Newsweek bureau chief in Bonn, Berlin, Moscow, Warsaw, Rome and Hong Kong.
From 2008 to April 2014, he was vice president and director of public policy for the EastWest Institute, an international affairs think tank.
A graduate of Amherst College, Nagorski taught high school social studies in Wayland, Massachusetts for three years before embarking on his journalistic career. While continuing to contribute to numerous publications, he is also an adjunct professor at Bard College’s Center for Globalization and International Affairs in New York City, teaching a course on international affairs writing.
Nagorski’s most recent book, Hitlerland: American Eyewitnesses to the Nazi Rise to Power (2012), has received rave reviews in numerous publications, including The Economist, The New York Review of Books and Newsweek. His other non-fiction books are Reluctant Farewell: An American Reporter’s Candid Look Inside the Soviet Union (1985); The Birth of Freedom: Shaping Lives and Societies in the New Eastern Europe (1993); and The Greatest Battle: Stalin, Hitler, and the Desperate Struggle for Moscow That Changed the Course of World War II (2007). His novel Last Stop Vienna (2003) was on The Washington Post’s bestseller list.
In November 2009, Poland’s Foreign Minister Radoslaw Sikorski presented Nagorski with the Bene Merito award for his reporting from Poland about the Solidarity movement in the 1980s. In 2011, Poland’s President Bronislaw Komorowski awarded him the Cavalry Cross for the same reason.
Nagorski is chairman of the board of the Polish-American Freedom Foundation, and a member of the Council of Foreign Relations and the Overseas Press Club.
For more information, see www.andrewnagorski.com