Susan Glasser, Executive Editor

A longtime reporter and editor for The Washington Post, Susan Glasser became executive editor of Foreign Policy in 2008.

Glasser started at The Washington Post, in 1998 as deputy national editor. She later worked as a reporter for the paper's national and foreign desks. Before that, she was the assistant managing editor in charge of Outlook, the paper's weekly commentary and ideas section, and for national news, directing a staff of 75 in Washington and across the country. She also spent four years as their Moscow co-bureau chief and covered the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.

Glasser began her career at Roll Call, where she rose from an intern to the top editor. With her husband Peter Baker, she is the author of Kremlin Rising: Vladimir Putin's Russia and the End of Revolution.

Ms. Glasser is a graduate of Harvard University.

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