Humphrey Hawksley has reported on key trends, events and conflicts from all over the world.
Humphrey Hawksley's work as a BBC foreign correspondent has taken him to crises on every continent. He was expelled from Sri Lanka, opened the BBC’s television bureau in China, arrested in Serbia and initiated a global campaign against enslaved children in the chocolate industry. The campaign continues today.
Praise for Asian Waters
Asian Waters deserves to be widely read and debated, all over the world.
Praise for Security Breach
A high-stakes, high-octane thriller … my kind of book
Die Hard meets 1984 … Fast-moving, sophisticated entertainment
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OSLO: In 2016, two seemingly unrelated incidents unfolded in remote and vulnerable parts of Europe. One view might suggest the events, efficiently swept away with quiet diplomacy, counted for little. Another considers the incidents as demonstrating Russia’s and China’s determination to test the … Read More
During avisit to the world renowned book event, Humphrey Hawksley finds a refreshing antidote to growing global concerns about threats to freedom of speech and thought For five days every January, hundreds of thousands converge on the elegant old Diggi Palace in Jaipur for the world’s biggest … Read More