Alexandra Poolos


Alexandra Poolos has over nine years of international reporting experience. She covered the Balkans for Radio Free Europe, reporting on the Kosovo conflict and the fall of Slobodan Milosevic. She reported political analysis on the region for the Wall Street Journal, the Christian Science Monitor and Newsday. She was the managing editor for Womens eNews, traveling to Rwanda to report on development a decade after the genocide. Her work was featured on NPRs Talk of the Nation. She has also written for and the American Prospect. Most recently, Alexandra is reporting for Frontline/World on the state of press freedom in Russia. Her Kyrgyzstan project has also been reported for Frontline/World, as well as other print outlets.

Previous articles:

Russian Womens Leadership Spreads to Villages. Women's E-News, 09/06/05

Kostunica Faces Big Task in Fixing Economy, 10 October 2000 (Radio Free Europe/ Radio Liberty)

Russian Media Called Empire of Lies. ABC News International, Jan. 10, 2007

Seems Like Old Times. Can Russian NGOs survive Putins crackdown? The American Prospect Online Edition. Web Exclusive: 02.01.07