There are many Andrew Marshalls; several just in journalism. You may have arrived here seeking one of the others. Here are some of the top AMs:
Andrew G. Marshall is a marital therapist with twenty five years’ experience. He works for RELATE the UK’s leading couple-counselling charity, and writes on relationships for the Times, Mail on Sunday and Psychologies. His books have been translated into fifteen different languages.
Andrew Marshall is a British author and journalist based in Bangkok. His book The Trouser People (Penguin 2003), about football and dictatorship in Burma, was a New York Times Notable Book and was shortlisted for the Thomas Cook Travel Book Award. He is also co-author of The Cult at the End of the World (Random House 1996), a prescient account of Japan’s homicidal Aum cult and the rise of high-tech terrorism. His books have been translated into ten languages.
Andrew Marshall, Reuters: As Chief Correspondent, Political Risk, I analyze how political events, geopolitical conflict, security risks and environmental issues impact markets and investors. In 15 years at Reuters, I’ve reported from more than 25 countries, covering conflicts in Iraq, Lebanon, Afghanistan and East Timor; political upheaval in Israel, Indonesia, Cambodia, Thailand and Burma; and interviewing Aung San Suu Kyi, the Dalai Lama, Xanana Gusmao and the Spice Girls. Previous jobs include Baghdad bureau chief from 2003-2005 and managing editor of Reuters News in the Middle East.
Well-known Pentagon strategist.
I work in our financial practice and co-ordinate the agency’s international network. My experience includes a wide variety of financial institutions – buy and sell-side, private equity, hedge funds, market infrastructure – as well as professional services and international corporates in a range of sectors. I like advising on the relationship between financial services and the changing media on the one hand, and the regulatory and policy interaction between the financial sector and broader society on the other. Before joining Fishburn Hedges in 1998, I spent four years at Hill & Knowlton. For ten years, until 1993, I worked in investment banking in London and Toronto, mainly at Deutsche Bank in high-grade debt origination. I read History at Cambridge and speak good German.