Simon Denyer
Correspondent

Before joining the Post, Simon was the Washington Bureau Chief for Reuters. Before that he spent five years running the Reuters bureau in India, and two years immediately after 9/11 doing the same thing in Pakistan and Afghanistan. He is editor of “Foreign Correspondent: Fifty Years of Reporting South Asia,” an anthology of writing about the subcontinent. He has made frequent TV appearances in the United States and India, and also worked as for Reuters Television as an anchor and correspondent. He spent more than four years covering East Africa for Reuters out of Nairobi, and has also worked in New York, London and Paris.

Latest by Simon Denyer

Trump says China is ‘the best ever’ at devaluing its currency. That’s no longer true.

China’s currency has been appreciating for years and is no longer undervalued, economists say.

China prepares for Dalai Lama’s death by looking to its own top Tibetan cleric

China prepares for Dalai Lama’s death by looking to its own top Tibetan cleric

But the Communist loyalist isn’t recognized by many Tibetans.

China sentences activist lawyer to 12 years as relentless crackdown continues

China sentences activist lawyer to 12 years as relentless crackdown continues

It is the harshest sentence so far in the crackdown on lawyers daring to challenge authorities.

Chinese teen starves mother to death in fury at brutal Internet addiction boot camp

Treatment centers that are supposed to cure teens of Internet addiction have become more popular in China but have come under fire for harsh methods.