With over 25 years in his journalistic career with The Economist, John Andrews is one of the most experienced foreign correspondents in the world. He held key positions as editor and correspondent in various postings around the world, from Europe, Asia and America, and covered a series of pivotal events in the global economy and its emerging markets. With former experiences from Guardian and NBC News, this veteran political journalist often interacted with the world’s eminent figures in politics, business and economic spheres.
As a journalist specialising in world politics, he has authored books on nations’ politics and economics which remained relevant today. John Andrews lent his expertise in his latest book titled The World in Conflict which proves to be an invaluable compendium. With his wealth of knowledge, it is a comprehensive analysis of today’s world of war and terrorism and examines the reasons behind the global conflict that will bring an impact to our future. Readers in Singapore can pick up a copy from the duty-free shopping, and be illuminated from this guide on the history and evolving presence of global warfare.