Prior to taking on his role with the Australian Financial Review, Joye was one of Business Spectator and Property Observer's most popular columnists, where he led debates on housing, asset-allocation, banking, media, monetary policy, and superannuation.

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[28], The former Lowy Institute scholar and current head of Australian National University's National Security College Rory Medcalf wrote, "Anyone remotely interested in security and intelligence issues would have to be living under a rock to have missed this recent interview with the former head of the CIA and the NSA, General Michael Hayden, by Chris Joye of The Australian Financial Review. Joye served as a director of the Menzies Research Centre, a centre-right think-tank, between 2003–07. [22], Joye has regularly broken international national security news, including: exclusive interviews with the directors of the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO), David Irvine,[23] and the Australian Signals Directorate (ASD), Ian McKenzie;[24] the most comprehensive interview ever with the former head of the CIA and NSA, General Michael Hayden, in which he claimed the telco Huawei spies for China;[25] the news in October 2013 that Huawei would be re-banned by the new Australian government from the $40 billion National Broadband Project despite fevered media reporting that the ban would be lifted;[26] reporting intelligence agencies' evidence that supported the ban for the first time;[27] and an exclusive interview with the longest-serving director of the NSA, General Keith Alexander, in which he claimed Edward Snowden was being manipulated by Russian intelligence, among many other revelations in the longest interview of his career. [29], Following the interview with General Alexander, the Australian Financial Review's Aaron Patrick wrote: "American intelligence chiefs don’t talk to the press much, including the man once dubbed the most powerful spy in history. They’re all wannabes. In 2014 the Lowy Institute selected Joye as one of its finalists for its annual media award for his writing on "intelligence and spying issues". They drive around in their hotted up cars with gold chains and tattoos and then they go home and sleep at mum’s.