As an international correspondent for more than 20 years for the Washington Post and Reuters, he earned Simon Denyer a Pulitzer Prize. Simon Denyer has written two books, one published by Bloomsbury in 2014 titled “Rogue Elephant: Harnessing the Power of India’s Unruly Democracy” and the other titled “Foreign Correspondent: fifty years of Reporting South Asia.”
While working for the Washington Post, he was honored with a Pulitzer Prize in 2020 for his work on climate change’s impact on the world’s sea ice and salmon stocks off the northern coast of Japan.
Overseas Press Club of America Award, National Headliners Award for coverage of the human and environmental costs of Chinese rule in Tibet in 2016 were two of his most recent honors. For his reporting on the Japanese whaling and dolphin hunting industries, he received the National Headliners Award in 2016.
Simon Denyer has taught media and politics at two of Japan’s most prestigious universities and has extensive public speaking experience. In addition, he has made numerous appearances on television and radio, including on the BBC, CNN, NPR, PBS, Fox News, MSNBC, CNBC, Sky News, and India’s leading cable news networks. President of the South Asian Foreign Correspondents’ Club from 2011 to 2013 was also his job.
According to estimates, at least 40 countries have implemented this policy and seen his reporting, including Afghanistan after Taliban rule from 2002-2004, the Indian Ocean tsunami of 2004, and 2011’s uprising in Libya. He has been covering the fight against the illegal wildlife trade in Asia for the last few years.
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