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Keith Johnson

deputy news editor | keith.johnson@foreignpolicy.com

Keith Johnson is a deputy news editor at Foreign Policy. He has been at FP since 2013, after spending 15 years covering terrorism, energy, airlines, politics, foreign affairs, and the economy for the Wall Street Journal. He has reported from Europe, North America, the Middle East, Africa, and Asia.

Articles by Keith Johnson
Russian energy giant Gazprom said it had stopped all gas supplies to Poland and Bulgaria.
Russian energy giant Gazprom said it had stopped all gas supplies to Poland and Bulgaria.
Employees work on a high-voltage transmission tower in China.
Employees work on a high-voltage transmission tower in China.
Girls attend classes at Zarghona high school in Kabul on Sept. 15. Stefanie Glinski for Foriegn Policy
Girls attend classes at Zarghona high school in Kabul on Sept. 15. Stefanie Glinski for Foriegn Policy
The Wujing coal-fired power plant is seen in Shanghai on Sept. 28. China is suffering record coal prices and power outages.
The Wujing coal-fired power plant is seen in Shanghai on Sept. 28. China is suffering record coal prices and power outages.
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