The Editorial Board

Mateusz Zatonski is Crossing the Baltic’s social media officer. Having completed his undergraduate studies in Oxford, Berkeley, Glasgow, and UCL, Mateusz is now doing a PhD at the London School of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene.

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Anna-Cara Keim she is the editor-in-chief and founder of Crossing the Baltic. She has previously studied at the University of Glasgow and the London School of Economics and Political Science. When not working as a writer, editor or researcher, she can be found travelling with her camera across China, Russia, Central Asia or more recently, the US.

Anna-Cara

Kristofer Jäntti is a contributor and editor for Crossing the Baltic. He has degress from the University of Glasgow and the LSE where studied Politics. His interests include nationalism, right-wing populism, Finnish Politics, immigration, as well as exploring the culinary delights from the rim of the Baltic Sea.

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Peter Lindén was the creative director of this blog and he has designed our much loved logo. He has recently completed his  MSc International Relations student at the London School of Economics and Political Science. Previously he has written about international politics and music.

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