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Foreign Correspondents

The Globe and Mail prides itself in providing Canadians a view of the world and global events through the eyes of our award-winning team of foreign correspondents. The Globe’s correspondents provide deeply reported news and analysis about everything from business, political unrest, the environment and human rights issues to Canadian interests abroad on five continents.

London, United Kingdom

Paul Waldie has been an award-winning journalist with The Globe and Mail for more than 10 years. He has won three National Newspaper Awards for business coverage and been nominated for a Michener Award for meritorious public service journalism.

London, United Kingdom

Mark MacKinnon is currently based in London, where he is The Globe and Mail's Senior International Correspondent. In that posting he has reported on the Syrian refugee crisis, the rise of Islamic State, the war in eastern Ukraine and Scotland's independence referendum.

Rome, Italy

Eric Reguly is the European columnist for The Globe and Mail and is based in Rome. Since 2007, when he moved to Europe, he has primarily covered economic and financial stories, ranging from the euro zone crisis and the bank bailouts to the rise and fall of Russia's oligarchs and the merger of Fiat and Chrysler.

Johannesburg, South Africa

Geoffrey York is The Globe and Mail's Africa correspondent. He has been a foreign correspondent for the newspaper since 1994, including seven years as the Moscow Bureau Chief and seven years as the Beijing Bureau Chief.


Nathan VanderKlippe is the international correspondent for The Globe and Mail. He was previously the Asia correspondent based in Beijing, as well as a print and television correspondent in Western Canada based in Calgary, Vancouver and Yellowknife, where he covered the energy industry, aboriginal issues and Canada’s north.

Hong Kong, China

James Griffiths is the Asia correspondent for The Globe and Mail, based in Hong Kong. Prior to joining The Globe, James spent more than five years with CNN International, where he was a senior producer, reporting on the ground from such places as China, South Korea, Malaysia and Sri Lanka.

Washington, D.C.

Adrian Morrow covers U.S. politics from Washington, D.C. Previously he was The Globe's Ontario politics reporter. He's covered news, crime and sports for The Globe since 2010. He won the National Newspaper Award for politics reporting in 2016.

FROM THE GLOBE AND MAIL PHOTO ARCHIVE. Globe and Mail reporter John Burns with his camera at the ready in Beijing, China during monsoon-type rains, October 1972. Photo credit unknown. John Burns was The Globe's China correspondent, June 28, 1971 - June 23, 1975.

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