Anthony Faiola
Correspondent

Anthony Faiola is the Washington Post’s London bureau chief, covering Britain and beyond. Faiola joined the Post in 1994, since then reporting for the paper from five continents and serving as bureau chief in Tokyo, Buenos Aires and New York. From Washington, he has also covered global economics and the U.S. financial crisis. Faiola grew up in Connecticut and Florida, graduating from Florida International University in 1990 and beginning his journalism career under the South Florida sun at the Miami Herald.

Latest by Anthony Faiola

Pro-Russian militants ignore settlement and dig in

Pro-Russian militants ignore settlement and dig in

Militants’ defiance upends hopes for a quick end to the standoff with new government in Kiev.

Pro-Russian militants defy accord in eastern Ukraine

Pro-Russian militants defy accord in eastern Ukraine

The prime minister said parliament was ready to pass a bill that would grant amnesty to protesters.

The Ukrainian government’s other crisis: The economy

The Ukrainian government’s other crisis: The economy

Painful measures demanded by the West hurt the government’s image in the east as it confronts separatists.

Ukraine: Military has secured airport

Ukraine: Military has secured airport

An official counteroffensive launches after the takeover of official buildings by pro-Russia forces in nine cities in the east.