Journalist and ASPI Senior Fellow
Stan Grant has been a journalist for more than thirty years reporting from sixty plus countries. He has worked across print, radio, television and digital media with several Australian broadcasters and the American news network CNN.
For nearly two decades he was a senior foreign correspondent covering the great stories of our time from the end of apartheid in South Africa to the troubles of Northern Ireland to the handover of Hong Kong, the war on terrorism in Afghanistan, Iraq, Pakistan, across the Middle East and south east Asia, and inside the secret world of North Korea.
For ten years he covered the rise of China based in Hong Kong and Beijing. He has won numerous international awards including the prestigious American Peabody awards and the Du Pont award.
He is a four-time winner of the Asia TV Awards and a three-time winner of Australia’s highest journalism honour the Walkley Award. He is the author of four books and has produced and written an award winning and critically and commercially successful film.
He is currently a contributor on global affairs with the Australian Broadcasting Corporation and Vice Chancellor’s Chair at Charles Sturt University.