American journalist based in Moscow. He has written for The Nation, the Guardian, Foreign Policy, The Moscow Times, GlobalPost, the Wisconsin State Journal and Russian Life, among others. His work for the Wisconsin Center of Investigative Journalism was published in newspapers around the state. Luhn's reporting has been honored with awards from the Wisconsin Newspaper Association, Milwaukee Press Club and Society of Professional Journalists.
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