Simon Denyer’s journalism career
Simon Denyer is well known as the bureau head for the Koreas, as well as the Japan at the Washington Post (Trinity 1984). He is known for working as a foreign reporter and bureau chief for the Washington Post and Reuters in numerous cities including Beijing, New Delhi, Washington, Islamabad, Nairobi (Kenya), New York, and London, among other places. Simon Denyer is also an author, having written the “Rogue Elephant: Harnessing the Power of Democracy in the New India” and was as well a co-editor of Foreign Correspondent: Fifty Years of Reporting South Asia.”
He was among the team that received the Pulitzer Award for global climate change journalism in 2020. Due to his reporting on China and Japan, he has received an award from the Human Rights Press Award, two National Headliner Awards in addition to an Overseas Press Club Award. He has also appeared on a number of television and radio shows, including Fox and Sky News, CNN, PBS, and the BBC, among others. He was the leader of a club in South Asia known as Foreign Correspondents‘, between 2011 and 2013.
Simon Denyer ‘s book, Rogue Elephant, deeply accounts the Indian society and politics that appears to come out in the United States. This is after Indians are seen to elect a new government, as well as a new prime minister. He spent much of the last 10 years of his career, doing his reporting from India for Reuters in the beginning, and subsequently for The Washington Post as a reporter.
About Simon Denyer: simondenyer.com/