Anna Husarska is a Franco-Polish journalist writing mostly in English and
After debuting in a very small but very courageous paper, The Buenos
Aires Herald and learning her trade at a Menshevik bi-weekly in New York called
The New Leader, she was staff writer at The New Yorker and The New Republic.
Disappointed with the relatively small impact of her writing on issues she cares
for (preventing conflicts, human rights’ abuses and humanitarian crisis) she
became more of a “political analyst” in her position as an in-house Op-Ed writer
on behalf of the International Crisis Group and later the International Rescue
Committee. In this period she was publishing frequently on the opinion pages in the US and UK mainstream media.
Lately, because of her interest in dictatorial regimes and totalitarian states that
do not appreciate hacks poking their noses around their territory, she publishes
only in media that do not carry bylines (such as The Economist) or – when
allowed – under a variety of pen names.