Andrew Jack has been a journalist for the Financial Times since 1990. He currently writes about global health and pharmaceuticals and is based in London. He was the paper’s Moscow correspondent and then Bureau Chief in 1998-2004. He is the author of Inside Putin’s Russia and The French Exception. A geography graduate from St Catharine’s College, Cambridge, he was the Joseph Hodges Choate Memorial Fellow at Harvard University, a New York City Government Urban Fellow, and worked as a consultant and freelance journalist. He is a trustee of Pushkin House, a London-based centre promoting Russian culture.