Suzanne Lynch is currently a Washington Correspondent for the Irish Times, Ireland's leading broadsheet newspaper. She covers White House, Capitol Hill and American politics from the US capital.
Prior to her US posting, she was a Europe Correspondent for four years and led coverage of euro zone crisis, Brexit, and refugee crisis from Brussels.
She also previously covered world events such as the UN general assembly, Nato summit, World Economic Forum at Davos, and ECB governing council meetings. She reported from the Syrian-Turkey border, eastern Europe on the refugee crisis, as well as across the US since her appointment as Washington Correspondent in February 2017.
Suzanne began her career as a financial journalist for RTE/Irish Times and has appeared on BBC World, Sky News and RTE television and is also regularly contributing to radio programmes as an analyst.
She holds a PhD in English from Cambridge University as well as a BA in English/Music
She is an expert on US politics and current affairs, as well as business/financial news.
Surreal silence descends on Las Vegas strip after ‘act of pure evil’
The Irish Times [October 3rd 2017]
President Trump's tax plan
RTE Radio [September 27th 2017]
All eyes now on Tehran after Trump’s fiery speech on nuclear deal
The Irish Times [October 13th 2017]
Iran Deal in Peril
World View - Irish Times podcast [October 10th 2017]
Jane Sanders: Bernie would have beaten Trump
The Irish Times [September 30th 2017]
Panellist - BBC Dateline London
BBC Dateline London [July 1st 2017]