Pratap Chatterjee

Pratap is an Indian/Sri Lankan/British investigative journalist and
progressive author. He serves as the executive director of CorpWatch, a
corporate accountability research and advocacy organisation.

He has served on the board of Amnesty International USA and of the
Corporate Europe Observatory. Previously he was a producer and radio
host at KPFA-FM in Berkeley and a Visiting Fellow at the Center for
American Progress. Chatterjee has also served as a community advisor to
KQED, the San Francisco public radio and TV station. He was a member of
the board of the Asian Pacific Environmental Network from 2001 to 2005,
and was an Environmental Commissioner for the city of Berkeley from 1998
to 2003.

His books include The Earth Brokers: Power, Politics and World
Development; Iraq, Inc.: A Profitable Occupation; Halliburton’s Army:
How A Well-Connected Texas Oil Company Revolutionized The Way America
Makes War; and Verax: The True History of Whistleblowers, Drone Warfare,
and Mass Surveillance.  He has been published in a wide range of media,
including the Financial Times, the New York Times, The New Republic, The
Guardian, and The Independent. He has often appeared as a guest expert
in a wide variety of media ranging from Fox TV to Democracy Now!