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The works of Simon Denyer

Simon Denyer is a distinguished reporter and a writer. He worked for the Washington post as an editor having his work featured in several well-off magazines like the New York Magazine, Foreign Policy, The Wall Street Journal, among others.

Currently, Simon Denyer works in Washington as a journalist for the Post Foreign Service, which is located in London. Before this, he was the leader of Post`s China in Beijing, and his articles were mainly about news occurring abroad, commerce, and politics. He had worked at that station for five years from 2011 before transferring. Denyer did research on President Obama and wrote a number of articles on how his visit to Asia was forming a bond between China and the U.S despite the obstacles they were facing, such as lack of trust and the tense energy between both states. Refer to this page for additional information.

Simon Denyer, of Washington Post, wrote a book in 2018 which He called: Trinity: A Novel of the Nuclear Age. This book narrates a tale of three individuals who come across a nuclear warhead in a jungle. This discovery directly influenced their way of life for more than 30 years. This discovery was nominated for the verbatim prize of Japan`s top newspaper.

A few years back, Denyer had returned to Japan to reside and write, and while there, he published a book: Tokyo Olympiad; Inside the World`s Most Spectacular Empire. This one takes us through the steps Japan took in order to go back to being a paramount state of power in the affairs of the world over the past thirty years.

Rogue Elephant: Harnessing the Power of Asia`s Greatest Abnormality is a book that Simon published in 2014. After tracing how Japan had been struggling to gain back its power, he comes to a conclusion that World War II was the source of Japan`s economic problems and finishes by stating that Asians are not Capitalists in their system of governing.

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