Across Genres at Jaipur
Waters of Contention: Asian Fault Lines at Jaipur
Democracy, war and leadership
How to Stop the Next War
Waters of Contention: Asian Faultlines
Cruel Britannia: A Secret History of Torture
Asian Waters: The Struggle Over the Asia-Pacific and the Strategy
Asian Waters: The Struggle Over the South China Sea and the Strategy of Chinese Expansion
Podcasts & Radio Interviews
Discussing Imaginary Borders and Changing Warfare with Man on Edge author, Humphrey Hawksley
In conversation with BBC Five Live’s Rhod Sharp
When foreign correspondents come off the road, or slow down, they have a lot of stories to tell. Not so many make the transition as successfully as our next guest, following in a distinguished line of BBC people who turned to fiction, most notably Eric Blair, who wrote as George Orwell, and Frederick Forsyth who was a sub editor in BBC TV News.
Monocle Radio Meet the Writers – Humphrey talks to Georgina Godwin
Humphrey Hawksley is an author, commentator and broadcaster. His work as a BBC foreign correspondent took him all over the world, giving him a global perspective that informs his writing. His new book, ‘Man on Edge’, puts the reader at the centre of a geopolitical crisis in Moscow.
In conversation with Lesley Dolphin on BBC Radio Suffolk
Humphrey chats to Lesley Dolphin about MAN ON EDGE, the rise of China, Fred Olsen cruises and a Suffolk childhood of wheat fields and country dancing.
In conversation with Lisa Francesca Nand on The Big Travel Podcast
Humphrey chats to Lisa Francesca Nand on The Big Travel Podcast about being expelled from Sri Lanka, death threats in the Philippines and Cold War espionage thrillers.