Adam LeBor is an author, journalist and veteran former foreign correspondent for several national newspapers. He teaches Open Source Intelligence at the Financial Times, Citywire and for the Society of Authors. He is the author of several critically acclaimed investigative books including a history of the Bank for International Settlements, a study of the United Nations’ failure to prevent genocide and a biography of Slobodan Milosevic. He is a tutor for the Arvon Foundation and the Moniack Mohr creative writing centre and is currently writing a detective series set in Budapest, where he lived for many years.