James Palmer

Twitter bio

Deputy editor @ForeignPolicy. Wrote Bloody White Baron, The Death of Mao, and upcoming Heaven's Empires. Married to @larsonchristina. DC, ex-Beijing. He/him.

Geo Focus


Coverage Attributes:

Government Announcement: 28 %
Evolving Stories: 22 %
Cites Data: 11 %
Legal Policy Regulation: 11 %
Breaking News: 6 %

Themes Covered:

Most Recent Topics:

  • China
  • Taiwan
  • U.S.-China Relations
  • International Relations
  • Economy
  • Anti-Ageing Plan

Pitching Insights

James Palmer's coverage focuses heavily on world affairs, particularly related to China and its international relations. He also covers evolving stories and government announcements. When reaching out to him, consider providing insights or data-backed analysis on China's political landscape, global economic impact of Chinese policies, evolving geopolitical scenarios involving China, and the implications of natural disasters within the country.

Given his focus on government announcements and citing data in a substantial portion of his articles, he may be interested in receiving pitches from experts who can provide verified information regarding policy decisions by governments or organizations involved with global affairs.

It is apparent that James Palmer’s reporting does not have a specific geographic focus but centers around international topics related to China.

This information evolves through artificial intelligence and human feedback. Improve this profile .

Journalists With Similar Coverage:

Based on similarity of content.
Most recent topics
World Affairs, Politics, Government & Politics, Culture & Society, Finance & Economy
Most recent topics
World Affairs, Politics, Finance & Economy, Finance, Business & Industry
Most recent topics
Environment, Government & Politics, World Affairs, Politics, Finance & Economy
Most recent topics
World Affairs, Government & Politics, Culture & Society, Science, Politics
Most recent topics
Government & Politics, World Affairs, World, Culture & Society, Politics
Most recent topics
Politics, World Affairs, Government & Politics, Sports, Finance & Economy