Nathan King

Nathan King

Nathan King has covered international affairs from datelines around the globe for nearly two decades.

From the Arab Spring in Egypt and Libya to the Earthquake in Haiti, when international news breaks Nathan is CGTN America’s correspondent for in-depth and compelling coverage of world events.

Originally from London, Nathan spent nearly a decade covering the United Nations from the lead up to the Iraq war to the standoff over DPRK’s nuclear weapons program. Few correspondents have his depth of experience of international affairs.

Now based in Washington, Nathan covers relations between the U.S. and the rest of the world. The U.S. – China relationship is a vital relationship that defines the 21st century and it is his beat.

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August 16, 2023

Donald Trump’s Georgia indictment

As former U.S. President Donald Trump faces his fourth criminal indictment, CGTN White House correspondent Nathan King share what’s next in the trial. Trump and his 18 co-defendant have all been issued arrest warrants. They are accused of interfering in the 2020 presidential election. Read More...
July 19, 2023

UN Security Council weighs in on AI and global security

Artificial Intelligence could hold the key to the solutions that mankind needs but also potentially contains the seed of humanity’s destruction. That was the message from the United Nations Security Council Wednesday as the world body held its first ever meeting on the challenges of […] Read More...
Special Chinese culture exhibition unveiled at the UN
June 27, 2023

Special Chinese culture exhibition unveiled at the UN

A new exhibition, curated by CCTV United Nations, was unveiled at the UN headquarters on June 26. “A Journey through Civilizations” showcases crafts, artifacts, and multimedia displays from China and other Asian cultures - past, present, and future. Find out more. Read More...
May 7, 2023

China protests Canadian threats to expel Chinese diplomats

  China is strongly protesting Canadian threats to expel Chinese diplomats over allegations of intimidation and spying against a Canadian politician. China’s foreign ministry has lodged a “stern representation” to Ottawa’s ambassador to China. This follows similar representations Thursday to the Chinese ambassador to Canada […] Read More...
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