Luke Harding is a British journalist whose publications put Russia in a bad light. He got The BACHELOR degree from UWC Atlantic College and studied English at University College, Oxford. He was awarded by the James Cameron prize for his work on Russia, Ukraine, WikiLeaks, and Edward Snowden in 2014.
NAME: Luke Daniel Harding (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Luke_Harding )
LUKE HARDING’S EDUCATION:
- BA, from UWC Atlantic College, South Wales.
LUKE HARDING’S CAREER:
- the Sunday Correspondent of the Evening Argus newspaper, Brighton, and the Daily Mail;
- the Guardian journalist (1996);
- a co-author of “WikiLeaks: Inside Julian Assange’s War on Secrecy” (2011);
- the author of “Mafia State” on Russia and the Putin policy (2011);
- the author of “The Snowden Files” (2014);
- the author of “A Very Expensive Poison”, a story about the murder of the Russian ex-KGB whistle-blower and outspoken Putin critic Alexander Litvinenko (2016);
- the author of “Collusion: Secret Meetings, Dirty Money”, and “How Russia Helped Donald Trump Win” (November, 2017)
LUKE HARDING’S MERITS:
- a recipient of the James Cameron prize for his work on Russia, Ukraine, WikiLeaks, and Edward Snowden (2014);
MORE FACTS FROM LUKE HARDING’S LIFE:
- the first journalist who was departed after Cold war from Russia because of his malevolent claims on Vladimir Putin and Russia at all.
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