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
A solid overview…informative and thought-provoking
Impressive…sure to inspire and engage
Foreign Minister, Taiwan, 2012-2016
Praise for Man on Ice
Knuckle-whitening suspense…surprising twists
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Join AMTI and @GregPoling on Friday, 6/22 for a discussion with BBC's @hwhawksley on his book examining the #SouthChinaSea disputes, "Asian Waters". RSVP here: https://t.co/8WDgqSSavJ
Scarborough Shoal's scars highlighted in red. Using GoogleEarth, one can measure about 552 hectares of the back (inner) reef of Scarborough Shoal destroyed by clam diggers since 2012.
After months of planning that required the most choreographed of diplomatic skills, Britain hosted a lavish visit in April for the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, followed by a summit for the 53-member Commonwealth, a large international grouping that comprises a bygone colonial power and those … Read More
The Commonwealth comprises 53 nations and makes up a third of the world’s population. But what does it do and is it relevant? David Foster hosted Humphrey on a TRT Roundtable discussion together with Rita Payne of the Commonwealth Journalist Association, David Martin Jones of the School of Political … Read More