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Shaun Waterman is an award-winning reporter for The Washington Times, covering foreign affairs, defense and cybersecurity. He was a senior editor and correspondent for United Press International for nearly a decade, and has covered the Department of Homeland Security since 2003. His reporting on the Sept. 11 Commission and the tortuous process by which some of its recommendations finally became law in the 2004 Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act earned him a "Dateline Washington" award from the Society of Professional Journalists.
Prior to joining UPI, Waterman worked as a senior producer for the British Broadcasting Corporation's flagship evening radio news program, The World Tonight. Waterman joined the BBC in 1992 as a news trainee, and worked in local TV and radio news for three years before joining TWT team. In 1999, he was appointed to run the BBC's American radio news desk in Washington, providing round-the-clock news from all over both American continents for the corporation's six radio networks.
Before joining the BBC, Waterman worked as a freelance journalist and parliamentary aide, writing for numerous publications including the investigative magazine Private Eye and doing press and research work for a number of members of the British Parliament.
Waterman, who is British, has a master's degree in social and political sciences from King’s College, Cambridge. He lives in Washington, D.C., and has an American son, Miles.
He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Articles by Shaun Waterman
The British government said Wednesday it needs new powers to help combat the spread of violent extremist Islam, including administrative authority to ban groups and restrict the movement and behavior of alleged recruiters. Published December 4, 2013
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Published December 2, 2013
- Privacy board springs to life after NSA revelations
Published December 1, 2013
- Morocco trains 500 imams to counter spread of radical Islam
Published November 25, 2013
- Rice promises 'progressive' Asia tilt on women's rights, climate change
Published November 20, 2013
- Secret surveillance court says NSA exceeded bounds, but judges approved all data requests anyway
Published November 19, 2013
- Immigration staffers pressured to rush visas for wealthy investors
Published November 18, 2013
- Homeland nominee Jeh Johnson faces tough questions
Published November 13, 2013
- Spy chief rules out transparency reform of NSA snooping
Published November 13, 2013
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Published November 6, 2013