Emma Graham-Harrison is senior international affairs correspondent at The UK's Guardian and Observer newspapers. She has won multiple awards for her international reporting and investigative journalism. She has covered conflicts including the current war in Ukraine, America's invasion of Iraq and the years of violence that followed, Syria's civil war, the coup in Zimbabwe that overthrew Robert Mugabe and the forgotten battle for Burundi. In the UK she worked on the Cambridge Analytica files investigation. She was named foreign correspondent of the year in the 2018 National Press Awards and has also been recognised in the British journalism awards, and by the London Press Club. She has a first class degree in Chinese Studies from Oxford University, and spent a year as a visiting student of Chinese literature at Peking University.
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