The Financial Times has tapped James Shotter to become its Jerusalem correspondent.
He will start in mid May.
Shotter has been based in Warsaw for the past five years as its Central Europe correspondent.
He also was posted to Frankfurt covering German finance, and before that to Zurich as Switzerland and Austria correspondent. He joined the FT as a leader writer in 2010.
Shotter interned at Die Welt and The Economist. He holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Cambridge and a master’s degree from the University of Vienna.