Will Englund
Correspondent

A Pulitzer Prize winner, Will Englund is on his third tour as a Moscow correspondent -- along with his wife, Kathy Lally. In the 1990s he did two stints in Russia for the Baltimore Sun. He was also co-author of a project on shipbreaking that won the Pulitzer for investigative reporting as well as an Overseas Press Club award and a George Polk award. He joined the Post in October 2010.

Latest by Will Englund

In Russia, a Soviet revival is in the air

In Russia, a Soviet revival is in the air

It’s not nostalgia but a reanimation of the old methods, such as a reported ban on travel for police.

As Biden lands, Moscow warns Kiev to back off

As Biden lands, Moscow warns Kiev to back off

The Russian foreign minister vows to halt what he calls Ukraine’s deliberate pursuit of civil war.

Russia’s PM slams Ukraine’s interim leaders, says nation at brink of civil war

Russia’s PM slams Ukraine’s interim leaders, says nation at brink of civil war

Dmitry Medvedev blames unrest on interim government that seized power “illegally” in revolution.

Pro-Russian gunmen seize buildings in Ukraine’s east

Pro-Russian gunmen seize buildings in Ukraine’s east

Kiev says Moscow is behind latest actions; fears grow of a takeover like the one in Crimea.