John Booth is a Yorkshire-born journalist who has lived in Italy, Africa and the United States and who now works for The Independent on Sunday newspaper as well as training journalists at the University of the Arts London. He has previously worked for The Washington Post, The Guardian and The Observer, among other newspapers. He has also served in the House of Commons as a parliamentary adviser to committees on both human rights and climate change. His interests in addition to current affairs and international relations are music (he is a proficient pianist), sport (cricket, cycling and swimming) and photography.
The Revolution Will Be Digitised: dispatches from the information war
Heather Brooke uncovered the MPs expenses scandal and played a key role in the Wikileaks project. Her new book...
Chavs: The Demonization of the Working Class
Owen Jones' new book documents the changes that have turned the working class into an object of fear and ridicule
Empires Apart: America and Russia from the Vikings to Iraq
As events in North Africa and the Middle East are daily displaying, America’s global influence is rapidly waning....