Alexandra von Nahmen
Alexandra von Nahmen is a long-time foreign correspondent for DW. Her focus is on Europe's international relations, security policy and NATO.
After years of reporting from Russia, the United States and various crisis regions, Alexandra von Nahmen is now in charge of DW’s Bureau in Brussels.
Alexandra von Nahmen is one of DW's most experienced international correspondents. She covered Russia and President Putin for five years as DW's Moscow Bureau Chief. She reported from the most dangerous flash points in Europe and beyond, covering the war in Georgia, ethnic cleansing in Kyrgyzstan, the NATO mission in Afghanistan and the war against the so-called "Islamic State" in Iraq.
She was then DW's White House Correspondent during the presidency of Donald Trump, with a special focus on trans-Atlantic relations and security cooperation. Now at the heart of Europe, she covers the EU institutions and NATO, remaining especially interested in issues such as counterterrorism and security policy.