Greg Sheridan is the Australian’s foreign editor, and one of the most influential foreign affairs analysts in Australian journalism. After 35 years in the field, he is a veteran of international affairs who has interviewed leaders all over the Asia Pacific and America.
He began journalism in the late 1970s at the Bulletin magazine. He has had a life-long love affair with Asia and knows its leaders and societies intimately, having interviewed presidents and prime ministers in Japan, South Korea, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, The Philippines, Thailand, New Zealand and numerous other countries.
His work has appeared in newspapers around the world, including the Sunday Times of London, the Wall Street Journal, the Asian Wall Street Journal, the Jakarta Post and the South China Morning Post. He is a frequent foreign affairs commentator on radio and television and is a sought-after speaker at conferences around the region.
Foreign Aid is a Waste of Money
Greg Sheridan, James Goodman, Samah Hadid, Tim Wilson, Martin Thomas, Andrew Hewett