Before taking over in our Bangkok Bureau in late 2015, Asia Correspondent Jonathan Miller had been Foreign Affairs Correspondent for Channel 4 News for 12 years, reporting on news across the Middle East, Africa and the Americas. In that time, he won four Royal Television Society Awards and four Amnesty International TV News awards for the programme.
Prior to joining Channel 4 News, Jonathan spent many years as a correspondent in Asia. Since returning to his old patch, he has reported from widely from across the region, including the continuing war in Afghanistan, issues of caste-discrimination, farmer-suicide and rape in India, and the death of the King of Thailand.
He has doorstepped the Malaysian Prime Minister, who is accused of serious corruption, the Australian Prime Minister, over his country's harsh treatment of refugees, and has tackled the President of the Philippines over his deadly war on drugs.
There are rapes – there are killings – there are human rights abuses on a daily basis: but says the UN, the persecution of Burma’s minority Rohingya people is being ignored. And it’s accused Aung San Suu Kyi’s government of a “counterproductive, even callous” approach. The scale of the crisis is sharply revealed by satellite…
Photojournalists have been documenting President Rodrigo Duterte’s ‘war on drugs’ which has left five thousand nine hundred people dead by both police and vigilante hit-men, in just five and a half months.
He claims he rode around on a motorbike “looking for a confrontation so I could kill”. Not the confessions of a convicted serial killer but the proud boast of the President of the Philippines.
The president of South Korea, Park Geun-hye, has been impeached after a secret vote of parliament over a corruption scandal.
She’s the first woman ever to attend a summit of Gulf Arab states. Pursuing her charm offensive on countries outside the EU, Theresa May told the Gulf Co-operation Council she wanted to build on the trade and investment relationship between Britain and the Gulf
Forty years of protocol – upset by one phone call. China has lodged an official complaint after the US president elect Donald Trump spoke to Taiwan’s leader on the phone – angering Beijing which sees the island as an “inseparable part” of its territory. And that’s been standard US policy too, since 1979 – until…
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Fidel Castro, the revolutionary who ruled Cuba for nearly half a century, is dead.
Thousands of protesters across the Philippines have taken to the streets after the ex-dictator Ferdinand Marcos was buried in a secret military ceremony. Activists have turned their anger on President Duterte for sanctioning the burial, while his hardline war on drugs is threatening to dent his popularity.
President Rodrigo Duterte is challenged on his country’s war on drugs and its reported use of “death squads” by Jonathan Miller, who later get’s called a ‘son of a whore’ by the President.
The Philippines president, Rodrigo Duterte, says his country may become the latest to withdraw its support from the International Criminal Court. The court was set up to try war crimes and crimes against humanity, but a growing number of countries have been announcing their withdrawal – including three African countries and, yesterday, Russia.
It was an attempt to crack down on corruption and tax evasion and force wealthy Indians to reveal their assets. But the government’s ban on 1,000 rupee and 500 rupee notes, worth just under £12 and £6 respectively, has sparked a cash crisis across the country.
Over 1,600 refugees held on offshore islands off Australia are to be resettled in America. Among those kept in detention centres on Nauru and Manus islands in extremely difficult conditions are people from Iran, Syria, Iraq and Pakistan.
It’s two years since the British army officially ended combat operations in Afghanistan. Since then large areas formerly controlled by coalition troops have fallen to a resurgent Taliban.
They’re calling it Black Friday. Thais are dressed in black today, with many in tears of mourning for King Bhumibol, who died yesterday after a 70-year reign.