sabine_adler.jpgSabine Adler, born in Zurich in 1963, completed a newspaper traineeship in 1982-83 and subsequently studied Journalism at Leipzig University. From 1987 to 1990 she was an editor at the Sender Magdeburg, 1990–94 at radio ffn, 1994–97 at Deutsche Welle and 1997–99 at Deutschlandfunk. Between 1999 and 2005 Sabine Adler was the Russian correspondent for Deutschlandradio and then from 2005 the correspondent of parliamentary affairs with a focus on foreign policy. She has directed the Berlin studio of Deutschlandradio since 2007. Published works include Ich sollte als Schwarze Witwe sterben (DVA, 2005) and Russenkind (Residenz publishers, 2007). Sabine Adler is a member of WIIS (Women in International Security) and Reporters without Borders.