Emma Hogan is South-East Asia correspondent for The Economist, writing about politics, social affairs, human rights, business and finance in the region. Prior to this Emma was Europe correspondent and deputy Europe editor. In this role she travelled across the continent to write about European politics. She also covered the 2015-16 refugee crisis, spending time in camps in Greece, with smugglers in Turkey and five days on a migrant rescue boat off the coast of Libya. Before that she was Britain correspondent. Emma has appeared regularly on the BBC, Sky News, CNN and CNBC, while she has spoken on BBC Radio 4, BBC World Service and LBC Radio.