David Langsam has travelled extensively in Europe, the Middle East and South East Asia. Based in London in the 1980s and 1990s he was the London Correspondent for the Washington-based Bureau of National Affairs, reporting UK and EU changes in regulation on everything from trade and environment to occupational health and safety and tax management transfer pricing.
David wrote and broadcast on Politics and the Arts for BBC World Service and the New Statesman and Society, among others.
Based in London, David frequently flew to the Middle East reporting primarily on the Israel-Palestine conflict, as well as the 1990-1991 Iraq War and writing travel articles.
David has also written on politics, travel and the environment in both Europe and South East Asia.
David Langsam interviews world's leading terrorist Abu Jihad.
David Langsam reports on both sides of Intifada I, the Palestinian uprising that began in 1987.
How CNN, The Age and even the Spooks were so quick to point the finger post 9/11, and ended up accusing a man who had been dead for a year.
Australian-Jew David Langsam examines Israel and where to take a moral stance.
As Hong Kong is handed from the British to the Chinese a lot is going to change. David Langsam explores Hong Kong's shifting politcal setting.
David Langsam reports on the Israeli Defense Minister Yitzhak Rabin's battle to control the Palestinian uprising.