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Roberts, Elizabeth

ROBERTS, Elizabeth

ROBERTS, Elizabeth. British, b. 1944. Genres: International relations/ Current affairs, Politics/Government. Career: South Wales Echo, Cardiff, reporter, 1965-66; Watford Evening Echo, Watford, Hertfordshire, England, women's editor; Sunday Times, London, reporter, 1969. Teacher in London, 1976. Cooper Estates Ltd., director, 1978-, president, 1985-90. Publications: Focus on the Soviet Union, 1988, revised as Focus on Russia and the Republics, 1992; Glasnost, the Gorbachev Revolution, 1989; Europe 1992, 1990, updated as The New Europe, After Maastricht and Beyond, 1993; (trans.) Yuri Rost, Armenian Tragedy: An Eye-Witness Account of Human Conflict and Natural Disaster in Armenia and Azerbaijan, 1990; (trans. with J. Roberts) The Soviet Mafia, 1991; Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan, 1992; Belarus, Ukraine, and Moldova, 1992; Strong Enough for Two, 1993; Diary of a Young Capitalist. Contributor to ANGLIYA. Some of Roberts' works have been translated into Russian. Address: 52 Paultons Sq., London SW3 5DT, England.

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