Hampton is the founder and publisher of World Politics Review, which he started with the intention of helping to create a better discourse about foreign affairs and international relations in the U.S. and around the world.
He cut his teeth writing for State News Service, where he covered Washington for regional papers in Ohio and Louisiana. Hampton was also managing editor for trade publication Inside the Air Force and has written freelance pieces for, among others, the Boston Globe and Foreign Policy.
In addition to reporting, he also worked the business side of publishing early in his career. At National Journal Group, he helped market publications like National Journal, Hotline, Congress Daily and The Almanac of American Politics.
Hampton has also appeared as a TV talking head on military and foreign affairs topics for PBS, Voice of America, and Russia Today. He has a B.A. in Philosophy from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a Master's in Statecraft and World Politics from the Institute of World Politics in Washington D.C.
Hampton resides in Tampa and is an avid guitarist who likes to spend quality time at the beach and on the water with his wife and two young sons.