Claire Duffett

Since leaving New York City and a job at The American Lawyer to pursue international reporting in September 2008, Claire has interviewed lawyers defending the Khmer Rouge’s most notorious leaders, trekked through active minefields for a story on demining and visited virtually every guesthouse in Siem Reap, the country’s tourism capital abutting Angkor Wat. Her work has appeared in The Economist, Southeastern Globe, and on several Conde Net travel sites. She’s currently updating a travel guidebook for and teaches a reporting course at Royal University of Phnom Penh. Claire holds a degree in journalism from Syracuse University’s The Newhouse School.

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