Quentin Peel is an associate fellow with the Europe Programme at Chatham House.
He joined the Financial Times in 1975. Between 1976 and 1994, he served successively as Southern Africa correspondent, Africa editor, European Community correspondent and Brussels bureau chief, Moscow correspondent, and chief correspondent in Germany.
He was also foreign editor and international affairs editor from 1994 until 2010, and finally chief correspondent in Berlin until 2013. Quentin joined Chatham House in 2014.
He was educated at Queens' College, Cambridge, where he read Economics with French and German.
Areas of expertise
- European Union
- Transatlantic relations
|2016 -||Associate Fellow, Europe Programme, Chatham House|
|2014-15||Mercator Senior Fellow, Europe Programme, Chatham House|
|2010-14||Chief Correspondent (|
|1998-2010||International Affairs Editor/Columnist, the Financial Times|
|1994-98||Foreign Editor, the Financial Times|
|1975-94||Foreign Correspondent, the Financial Times (Johannesburg, Africa Editor, Brussels, Moscow, Bonn)|
- What Does Emmanuel Macron’s Victory Mean for Europe and for Brexit? 09 May 2017
- Fears of ‘Grexit’ Are Still Greatly Exaggerated 28 January 2015
- Paris Attacks: An Opportunity for the Politics of Tolerance 09 January 2015
- Cameron and Merkel's Continental Divide 07 January 2015
- This No Vote Will Echo Throughout Europe 19 September 2014
- Merkel Wants a Stable World and Is Willing to Pay a Price 13 August 2014
- Cameron Has Overplayed His Hand in Campaign Against Juncker 27 June 2014
- Tremors in the European Body Politic 04 June 2014
- Quo vadis, Europa? Open Democracy, December 2016
Will France be the next to leave the EU Daily Telegraph Australia, December 2016
Brexit feels like a coup d’etat by the old and middle-aged The Irish Times, June 2016
- Lessons from the Berlin Wall's fall Video, Financial Times, November 2014