Anne Elizabeth Applebaum (Anne Applebaum)

Anne Applebaum (born 25 July 1964) is a journa...

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In den Blickpunkt geriet Anne Elizabeth Applebaum, weil sie mit dem „polnischen“ Außenminister Radosław (Radek) Tomasz Sikorski verheiratet ist. Sikorski fährt seit einiger Zeit eine „Kampagne gegen Antisemitismus!“ (Äthiopier sind auch Semiten, wie viele andere Völker – daher ist Antisemitismus ein Begriff wie Holocaust)

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Anne Applebaum (* 25. Juli 1964 in Washington D. C.) ist eine US-amerikanische Journalistin, deren Arbeiten über die Geschichte Osteuropas und des Kommunismus mehrfach ausgezeichnet wurden.
Anne Applebaum studierte Geschichte und Literatur an der Yale Universität und Internationale Beziehungen an der London School of Economics. Sie begann ihre journalistische Arbeit 1988 als Korrespondentin des The Economist in Warschau.

Ihr Buch Gulag wurde 2004 mit dem Pulitzer-Preis ausgezeichnet.

Anne Applebaum ist mit dem polnischen Außenminister Radosław Sikorski verheiratet und lebt seit 2006 in Polen.

Anne Applebaum war im Frühjahr 2008 Fellow an der American Academy in Berlin. Derzeit schreibt sie Op-Eds für die Washington Post.

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Anne Elizabeth Applebaum (born July 25, 1964 in Washington, D.C.) is a journalist and Pulitzer Prize-winning author who has written extensively about communism and the development of civil society in Central and Eastern Europe. She has been an editor at The Economist, and a member of the editorial board of The Washington Post (2002–2006). She is married to Foreign Minister of Poland Radosław Sikorski.

Her parents are Harvey M. Applebaum, a Covington and Burling partner, and Elizabeth Applebaum of the Corcoran Gallery of Art. She graduated from the Sidwell Friends School (1982). She earned a B.A. (summa cum laude) at Yale University (1986), where she was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. As a Marshall Scholar at the London School of Economics she earned a master’s degree in international relations (1987).[4] She studied at St Antony’s College, Oxford before moving to Warsaw, Poland in 1988 as a correspondent for The Economist.[5]
Applebaum was an editor at The Spectator, and a columnist for both the Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph. She also wrote for The Independent. Working for The Economist, she provided coverage of important social and political transitions in Eastern Europe, both before and after the Fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989. In 1992, she was awarded the Charles Douglas-Home Memorial Trust Award.
Applebaum lived in London and Warsaw during the 1990s, and was for several years a widely read columnist for London’s Evening Standard newspaper. She wrote about the workings of Westminster, and opined on issues foreign and domestic.
Applebaum’s first book, Between East and West, is a travelogue, and was awarded an Adolph Bentinck Prize in 1996.[6] Her second book, Gulag: A History, was published in 2003 and was awarded the 2004 Pulitzer Prize for General Non-Fiction writing.[6][7][8]
Applebaum is fluent in English, French, Polish[9] and Russian.[citation needed]
On May 24, 2006, she wrote that she was leaving Washington to live again in Poland.[10]
Applebaum was a George Herbert Walker Bush/Axel Springer Fellow at the American Academy in Berlin, Germany, in spring 2008.[11][12] Applebaum was also an adjunct fellow at the American Enterprise Institute think tank.[13]
In a short blog posting in September 2009, Applebaum condemned the 2009 arrest of Roman Polanski.[14][15] Critics claimed that she minimized Polanski’s crimes and did not disclose that her husband was seeking his release.[16][17][18][19][20] She responded in a second blog post that she had previously disclosed her husband’s job, was not a spokesman for him, and „had no idea that the Polish government would or could lobby for Polanski’s release“.[15]
In February 2008, she was awarded the Estonian Order of the Cross of Terra Mariana, third class.[21] In 2010, she was given the Hungarian Petőfi-award in Budapest’s House of Terror Museum.[citation needed]
[edit]Personal life

Applebaum married Polish Foreign Minister Radosław Sikorski in 1992. They have two sons: Aleksander and Tadeusz.[22]

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