Martin Sieff is Chief Global Analyst at The Globalist Research Center and Editor-at-Large at The Globalist.
For the past decade, he has been chief news analyst for United Press International and is its former Managing Editor for International Affairs. He has received three Pulitzer Prize nominations for international reporting.
He is the author of “The Politically Incorrect Guide to the Middle East” (Regnery, 2008), the upcoming “Shifting Superpowers: The U.S.-China-India Relationship in the 21st Century” (Cato, 2009) and the upcoming “Cycles of Change: The Eras of U.S. Political History” and “War and Peace in the 21st Century.”
Mr. Sieff has covered conflicts in his native Northern Ireland, Israel and the West Bank, Indonesia, Bosnia, Azerbaijan,
Georgia and the Baltic states. He has also reported from China, India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Kazakhstan, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, Syria, Egypt, Jordan, Kuwait, Turkey and more than 40 other nations.
Mr. Sieff led UPI’s political coverage of the 2000, 2004 and 2008 presidential election campaigns. From May 2005 to July 2007 he was UPI’s National Security Correspondent — and, from October 2003 to May 2005, he was its Chief Political Correspondent.