In his lifetime, the late Christopher Hitchens had three children: Antonia from his second marriage, Sophia and Alexander from his first.
Alexander teaches Terrorism and Radicalization at King’s College London and is a political scientist.
He also serves as the George Washington University’s Research Director for Extremism.
Additionally, he publishes frequently on subjects that touch on foreign affairs, future prospects, and foreign policy.
There is no personal information on Sophia in the media.
The New Yorker’s editorial staff includes Antonia Hitchens. 2016 saw her join the media company.
Additionally, Antonia is a professor at Columbia University, where she received her degree. She also contributes to The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times.
Who Was Christopher Hitchens?
Born in Portsmouth in 1949, Christopher Hitchens is a British-American novelist, journalist, and literary critic.
Hitchens had authored more than 30 volumes, including five collections of essays that were all focused on literature, politics, and culture.
He belonged to various socialist organizations during his career and was known as a democratic socialist and a Marxist.
Despite being a vocal opponent of American foreign policy, Hitchens supported the administration during military operations in Iraq, Afghanistan, and Kosovo.
After a battle with cancer, Hitchens passed away in Houston, Texas, in the United States on December 15, 2011. His age was 62.