Dalia Hatuqa is a print and broadcast journalist specializing in Israeli/Palestinian affairs, and regional Middle East issues as they pertain to business and economics, culture, art and U.S. foreign policy. She also writes about religion, minorities and immigration in the U.S.
She is a recipient of the Kiplinger Fellowship in Public Affairs Journalism (2017), specializing in digital tools, with a focus on social media, podcasting, mobile videography and virtual reality. She is also a James W. Foley Safety Training grantee and a Religion News Foundation grantee. Dalia received a Presidential Scholarship to pursue her Masters degree in journalism at Northwestern University in 2005.
Since 2000, she has divided her time between the U.S. and the West Bank, covering a range of political, economic and cultural issues for print, TV and radio. Her work has been published in The Washington Post, The Economist, Foreign Policy, Foreign Affairs, The Atlantic and elsewhere, and her radio stories and commentary have aired on NPR, PRI's The World, the BBC and Monocle 24.
Dalia is a fluent Arabic speaker, and has two Masters degrees: from Northwestern and Birzeit University (International Relations). She freelances for broadcast and print outlets in the U.S., the Levant and the Gulf. She is available for assignments in news and production, as well as radio and TV commentary on regional events. She has been a regular guest on Monocle 24, PRI's The World and BBC Radio for many years.
Before moving back to the Holy Land in 2011, Dalia worked with Al Jazeera in Washington, D.C., for four years, producing its flagship current affairs talk show, "From Washington," which included setting up and conducting interviews with high-level politicians, community leaders and notable cultural icons. In the U.S., she also worked with local newspapers and wire services, and covered the 2016 and 2008 Democratic and Republican national conventions as well as the 2016 and 2009 presidential elections.