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Andreas Kluth has been writing for The Economist since 1997. Andreas Kluth has been Berlin Bureau Chief and Germany Correspondent since June 18th 2012. He was previously the US West Coast Correspondent, covering politics, society and economy in California and the western states. Before this, he covered technology from Silicon Valley, Asian business from Hong Kong, and finance from London. Andreas is the author of "Hannibal and Me: What History's Greatest Military Strategist Can Teach Us About Success and Failure". He blogs at http://andreaskluth.org/ about the book and the process of writing it.
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