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Stephen Dewar

Irishman Stephen Dewar, who reports on the chic new French restaurant Maisoncafe in this issue, came to Russia for six months as a tourism consultant in January 1996. He is still here. Before that Stephen worked as a public servant (senior economist with the Irish Tourist Board), an academic (senior lecturer in strategic management at the University of Limerick), a journalist (editor of two leading Irish banking magazines), a farmer, an entrepreneur and a consultant working in Africa, the Balkans and the Middle East. Stephen is also PASSPORTs book reviewer and creates our monthly crossword puzzles.


Eric Baum

Eric Baum is a Moscow-based freelance reporter who has contributed to publications ranging from The New York Times to Wall Street Reporter to The Detroit Free Press. He previously worked as a financial journalist at Institutional Investor News in New York. This month Eric turns his attention from bull and bear markets to more human subject matter, as he probes the decision of three Pennsylvania families to adopt Russian children.


Simon C. Roberts

An award-winning photographer working for publications such as TIME, The Sunday Times Magazine and GQ in his native London, Simon C. Roberts has just relocated to Moscow with his wife Sarah. "The plan was to escape editorial commissions and move to Russia where I could work on a series of personal projects. However, since arriving a fortnight ago Ive photographed carpets for PASSPORT, a former Guantanamo Bay detainee for Der Spiegel and an actress for Russian Vogue!" Although Simon and Sarah will be based in Moscow over the following year they plan to travel and work across Russia. You can view Simons work at

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