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Alison Mutler studied Romanian literature and language at the University of London and graduated in 1987. She first reported from Romania, Bulgaria and Moldova before communism ended, and was in Romania, working for British television station ITV during the 1989 anti-communist revolt. She moved to Romania in 1991 and joined the Associated Press which she left last year after 25 years. She has been president of the now defunct Foreign Press Association. She is now a correspondent for Romanian startup news site, universul.net. She occasionally freelances for Coda Story and Radio Free Europe among others.
Chris Stephen is an experienced international journalist (freelancer for the Guardian and Petroleum Economist), working as the Bucharest Correspondent to The Guardian from 1990-1993, a pivotal time for the country’s transition. Since then, he has reported for The Guardian and other newspapers from conflict zones including Afghanistan, Bosnia, Kosovo and Libya. He is the author of “Judgement Day: The Trial of Slobodan Milosevic” and is currently working as a freelance reporter in North Africa for The Guardian and Petroleum Economist. His career also includes teaching accolades, working as a tutor of Impact Journalism at the Department of Journalism, Lion College, Bucharest University. His work has also been on the IWPR Hague war crimes reporting project, where he was based at The Hague in the Netherlands.