Amie Ferris-Rotman is a British-American journalist based in London. She is currently a contributor to TIME magazine. Previously, she reported from across Russia and the former Soviet space for almost a decade, most recently as Moscow correspondent for The Washington Post. Between Russia tours, she was the Reuters senior correspondent in Afghanistan. She has held posts with Foreign Policy and The Wall Street Journal, and has also reported for The New York Times, The Atlantic, Politico, The Guardian, Huffington Post and more.
She was a 2014 John S. Knight Fellow at Stanford University and is the founder of Sahar Speaks, a program offering training and publishing opportunities for Afghan female journalists. This won her the British Press Award for Innovation in 2016. Amie holds a bachelor and master's degree in Russian Studies from University College London.