Brigid Keenan is an author and journalist who has spent her life living ‘in other people’s countries’. Her father was a Brigadier General in the Indian Army under the British Raj and with her diplomat husband she has lived in Nepal, Ethiopia, Brussels, Trinidad, Barbados, India, West Africa, Syria, Kazakhstan, and Azerbaijan. She has written five books, including the bestselling Diplomatic Baggage – an account of her unsettled life as a diplomat’s wife.
Books by Brigid Keenan
Interviews with Brigid Keenan
The author discusses a varied selection of books about young women living abroad. Draws on her own experiences as a Diplomat’s Wife. Features Out of Africa and The Jewel In The Crown with three more travel classics
Interviews where books by Brigid Keenan were recommended
The veteran Dutch diplomat, Nikolaos van Dam, explains why meaningful political change in Syria will be difficult to achieve – and warns that any move towards democracy is likely to be accompanied by severe sectarian tension.