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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Don't forget about the wonderful @CSIS discussion today at 10AM with author @hwhawksley on his new book, ASIAN WATERS. The event will also be webcast live on the @CSIS website
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Understanding China's power play in the South China Sea: @jonasPplesner reviews Humphrey Hawksley's "Asian Waters: The Struggle Over the South China Sea & the Strategy of Chinese Expansion" and "Great Powers, Grand Strategies" edited by Anders Corr.
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