Mary Dejevsky

Mary Dejevsky

Mary Dejevsky was Moscow correspondent for The Times between 1988 and 1992. She has also been a correspondent from Paris, Washington and China.

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Mary Dejevsky was Moscow correspondent for The Times between 1988 and 1992. She has also been a correspondent from Paris, Washington and China.

How much real opposition is there left in Russia?

BY Mary Dejevsky / 3 mins

Who is the real Bellingcat?

BY Mary Dejevsky / 6 mins

The Kremlin is hedging its bets on a Biden presidency

BY Mary Dejevsky / 2 mins

There’s more to foreign news than US politics

BY Mary Dejevsky / 2 mins

Exile: an underused solution

BY Mary Dejevsky / 2 mins

Is Putin loosening his grip on Russia’s regions?

BY Mary Dejevsky / 7 mins

A final victory for conservative Poland?

BY Mary Dejevsky / 2 mins

Britain needs to build a better brand

BY Mary Dejevsky / 6 mins

Who will lead the post-Covid world?

BY Mary Dejevsky / 6 mins

Is Boris extending an olive branch to Putin?

BY Mary Dejevsky / 3 mins

Has coronavirus defeated our armed forces?

BY Mary Dejevsky / 7 mins

A post-Kim Korea is a dangerous proposition

BY Mary Dejevsky / 3 mins

Why are the elderly dicing with death?

BY Mary Dejevsky / 4 mins

There’s not going to be a Tsar Putin

BY Mary Dejevsky / 2 mins

How the BBC could wield soft power

BY Mary Dejevsky / 6 mins

Why Liverpool will never vote Tory

BY Mary Dejevsky / 5 mins

Who will miss Angela Merkel?

BY Mary Dejevsky / 6 mins

How America got its claws into Ukraine

BY Mary Dejevsky / 5 mins

Ban the bomb? The world’s moved on, Mr Gorbachev

BY Mary Dejevsky / 5 mins

Why Trump’s Greenland bid is good business

BY Mary Dejevsky / 5 mins

Are mass shootings the price of liberty?

BY Mary Dejevsky / 4 mins

What Brexiteers share with Russians

BY Mary Dejevsky / 5 mins

Don’t scorn Boris’s ambition

BY Mary Dejevsky / 5 mins

The dangerous influence of expats

BY Mary Dejevsky / 5 mins