Paul Sonne Bio, Age, Height, Family, Wife, The Washington Post, Awards

Paul Sonne
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Paul Sonne Biography

Paul Sonne is a media personality serving as a national security reporter for The Washington Post. Previously, he was a correspondent for the Wall Street Journal in Moscow, London, and Washington, most recently covering national security from the D.C. bureau.

Paul Sonne Age

He is 37 years old. He was born on March 3.

Paul Sonne Height

He is tall in stature but his height is undisclosed.

Paul Sonne Nationality

Sonne is American by nationality.

Paul Sonne Education

Sonne graduated from Columbia University in 2007 with a degree in Russian literature. In 2009, he received his Master’s from the University of Oxford, where he studied Russian and East European studies as a Marshall Scholar.

Paul Sonne Parents

He is originally from upstate New York. However, there is no information about his parents. It is also unknown whether he has siblings or not.

Paul Sonne Wife

Despite being a media personality Paul has managed to keep his personal life away from the limelight. Therefore, he hasn’t shared with the public whether he is married, single, or in a relationship.

Paul Sonne The Washington Post

Sonne is a national security reporter for The Washington Post, where he focuses on Russia and Europe. He previously covered the U.S. military and wrote about defense policy at the Pentagon. He joined The Post’s national desk in 2018 after nearly nine years as a correspondent for the Wall Street Journal in Moscow, London, and Washington, most recently covering national security from the D.C. bureau.

Sonne started his career as an intern at the New York Times and Associated Press bureaus in Moscow before joining the Journal in London, covering business and political news. He returned to Russia to serve as a Moscow correspondent for the Journal from 2013 to 2016, covering the Kremlin as relations between Washington and Moscow soured. He also reported from Kyiv’s Maidan during Ukraine’s pro-Europe uprising and made an early departure from the Sochi Olympics to chronicle Russia’s surprise annexation of Crimea. Sonne later reported on the war in eastern Ukraine from both sides of the front and led the Journal’s coverage of the 2014 shoot-down of a Malaysia Airlines plane from the crash site outside Donetsk in eastern Ukraine.

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He is fluent in Russian. Unsurprisingly, he believes “The Americans” is the best show on television. The only thing he enjoys watching more is Vladimir Putin’s annual call-in show.

Paul Sonne Awards

He has won the following awards;

  • Overseas Press Club Malcolm Forbes Award for best international business reporting in 2011 and 2021.
  • Society of American Business Editors and Writers Best in Business Awards in 2011.
  • Overseas Press Club Stan Swinton Scholarship in 2008.

Paul Sonne Salary and Net Worth

His salary and net worth are under review.

Paul Sonne Instagram

He does not have an Instagram account.

Paul Sonne Twitter

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