After completing a Master of Philosophy in International Relations" (M. Phil.) at Oxford University, Brigitte Adès became, in 1985, , U.K. Bureau Chief of the journal Politique Internationale. Since 2001, she has been the director of politiqueinternationale.com, the . She began her carrier with an exclusive one hour interview with Mrs Thatcher in 1985. She has conducted many one to one interviews with world leaders such as Mikhael Gorbatchov, Hosni Mubarak, Alvaro Uribe, Tony Blair, John Major, George Robertson, RIchard Holbrooke, Madeleine Albright, Manfred Woerner, Albert Reynolds, Gerry Adams, David Cameron and leading experts such as Larry Summers, Amartya Sen and Sheikh Yamani. She also has interviewed writers for Le Figaro such as Graham Greene and Arthur Miller. Brigitte Adès has contributed to many publications, such as Le Point, Le Figaro and Le Figaro Magazine. Her articles have been often translated and published in magazines such Focus, in Germany. In 2010, she was appointed columnist for le Point de Vue Actu of Orange.fr, the largest French speaking news portal ( 9 million unique visitors per day) and is writing weekly columns on Foreign and Economic Affairs. Brigitte Adès founded culturepolitique.com in Dec 2010.
Prior becoming director of politiqueinternationale.com in 2001, she directed TV documentaries for the press agency, CAPA, under the supervision of its director, Hervé Chabalier, and for french programmes such as Reporter, under the supervision of Patrick de Carolis. Her TV Documentaries appeared also on Channel 4, in London. She has participated in books such as , Que sont les Grands Hommes Devenus, Entretiens avec Jacques Julliard; éditions Saint-Simon.
She is the author of the novel Exiles from Paradise to be published in the spring 2012.
Born in Paris, She has dual citizenship, British and French.