Journalist and author Ed Vulliamy worked as an international reporter at the Guardian and Observer for over 30 years. He covered the Balkan wars between 1991-95, during which time he uncovered the existence of Gulags operated by Bosnian Serbs. He later testified at a war crimes tribunal, the first journalist to do so since the Nuremberg trials. His work in the Balkans earned him many awards including Foreign Correspondent of the Year 1992 and International Reporter of the Year 1992. Vulliamy later covered the Iraq Wars and worked as a New York correspondent in the aftermath of 9/11. He currently writes about the US-Mexican border, drug-trafficking and its proceeds, migration and the Colombian peace process.