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Pierre Briancon

Pierre Briançon is Senior Correspondent at POLITICO. Prior to joining POLITICO, Briançon was Reuters’ Breakingviews European editor. He joined in 2006 after a three-year stint as Dow Jones Newswires Paris bureau chief. Previously, he had been business editor of the French news daily Libération; Moscow, then Washington, correspondent for the same newspaper, and deputy editor of L’Expansion. He is also the author of “Messier Story“ (2002), on the fall of Vivendi’s former chief executive, and “Héritiers du désastre” (1992) on the collapse of the Soviet Union. His latest book is “San Quentin Jazz Band” (2008).
Pierre Briançon
Senior Correspondent


Matt Kaminski

Matthew Kaminski is the Executive Editor of POLITICO’s European edition, launched in April 2015. Prior to joining POLITICO, he was a member of The Wall Street Journal’s editorial board in New York. He wrote editorials, opinion columns and features, mainly on international affairs. For the previous 15 years, he worked as a journalist throughout Europe, starting as a “stringer” in Kiev for the Financial Times and the Economist in 1994, writing stories from throughout the former Soviet Union. He joined The Wall Street Journal in 1997 in its Brussels bureau. He covered Central Europe, the EU and trans-Atlantic security issues, and in 2002 moved to Paris to edit the editorial pages of the journal’s European edition. He was awarded an Overseas Press Club prize in 2015 for his coverage of the Ukraine crisis. He was also a fi nalist for the Pulitzer Prize in Commentary that year. The German Marshall Fund in 2004 awarded him its Peter Weitz Junior prize for excellence in reporting on European affairs for a series of columns about the EU.
Matt Kaminski  
Executive Editor


philippe mudry

Philippe Mudry has been the CEO and Editorial Director of L’AGEFI since 2011. From 2005 to 2011, Mudry was the group’s Executive Editor, in charge of all editorial content, as well as being a regular contributor to BFM Radio. Since 2004, he has been an Associate Professor at Sciences Po’s school of journalism. His long career in media includes working for La Tribune, Le Figaro and Agence France Presse, where he began his career in 1981, editing the international news on the night desk in AFP’s Paris headquarters. Mudry graduated from France’s foremost business school, the Ecole des Hautes Etudes Commerciales (HEC).
Philippe Mudry
Director General
and Editor-in-Chief