Andrew Higgins
Correspondent

Andrew Higgins has worked in Africa, the Middle East, Central Asia, Russia and China as a foreign correspondent. Born in Britain and raised in Chicago, he attended Cambridge University, Shandong University and Middlebury College. He speaks fluent French, Russian and Chinese and some Arabic. Before joining the Post in 2009, Higgins worked at The Wall Street Journal, The Independent and Reuters news agency. He co-authored a book on China’s 1989 Tiananmen Square massacre. His awards include a Pulitzer Prize, the Oversea Press Club’s Hal Boyle award for best foreign coverage and the German Marshall Fund’s Peter R. Weitz Prize for reporting on Europe.

Latest by Andrew Higgins

Hong Kong clings to separate identity

Hong Kong clings to separate identity

A population that is overwhelmingly Chinese increasingly sees the mainland as a source of trouble.

In Cambodia, a question of justice for ex-members of Khmer Rouge

In Cambodia, a question of justice for ex-members of Khmer Rouge

To date, only four people have been put on trial for some of the 20th century’s most horrific crimes.

Land disputes in Cambodia focus ire on Chinese investors

Land disputes in Cambodia focus ire on Chinese investors

In Cambodia, public fury over land grabs puts China in the spotlight.

On Bali, worries about Chinese downturn

On Bali, worries about Chinese downturn

Bali’s tourism boom is just one part of a complex relationship between Indonesia and China.