Nick Bryant



Nick Bryant was the BBC's New York & United Nations correspondent for 8 years. Before that he was posted in Washington, Delhi and Sydney.One of the BBC's most senior correspondents he's reported from the White House, the Kremlin, Downing Street, Afghanistan,the Korean Peninsula, Rwanda, the Middle East and the UN.

He has a history degree from Cambridge and a PhD in American politics from Oxford and is a published author of The Bystander: John F Kennedy and the Struggle for Black Equality, Confessions from Correspondentland, and most recently When America Stopped Being Great.

Nick's now based in Australia.

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