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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September 22, 2021

President Xi Jinping addresses UNGA

Embrace the true multilateralism of the United Nations, China’s President Xi Jinping urged fellow world leaders gathered here in New York and remotely across the globe. CGTN’s Nathan King reports. Read More...
20 years after 9/11: UNSC calls for unity
September 10, 2021

20 years after 9/11: UNSC calls for unity

The U.S. set to mark the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks. As the attacks unfolded, the world looked on in horror and sympathy. Even traditional adversaries sent condolences. A sense of unity was felt deeply at the United Nations Headquarters, and the international community sprung into action. But, as CGTN’s Nathan King reports, that sense of collective grief and purpose to combat terrorism was short-lived. Read More...
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