Based in Yerevan, Armenia, Lucy is openDemocracy’s Eurasia investigative reporting fellow. They recently graduated from Sciences Po in Paris, France with a joint master’s degree in journalism and human rights, with a focus on Russia and post-Soviet states. Previously, they worked as a producer for the US-based The World, a radio programme about international affairs. Follow Lucy on Twitter (@lucymartiros) and email them at [email protected]
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