- International Broadcaster, King's College London, United Kingdom
Thirty years as a leading international TV journalist. 1978-96, Foreign Affairs Correspondent, ITN, then Diplomatic Editor, Channel Four News; 1994, Resident Fellow, Joan Shorenstein Barone Center on the Press, Harvard Univ.; Visiting Fellow, Keele Univ. Since 1996, Main Presenter, BBC World News TV. 1996-97, Consultant, Carnegie Commission on Prevention of Deadly Conflict; 1997-98, Consultant, European Humanitarian Office. Former: Board Member, British Assoc. for CEE; Council Member, Royal Institute of Int'l Affairs; Member, Academic Council, Wilton Park; Vice-Chair, Westminster Foundation for Democracy; Member, Council, Overseas Dev. Institute; Fellow, Reuters Institute, Oxford Univ. Former Member, Exec. Council, and currrent Member, Advisory Council, RUSI. Governor, Ditchley Foundation. Recipient, honours and awards.