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Newsweek

 

a weekly US magazine; founded in 1933. Newsweek is published in New York; it also publishes international editions in various countries. The magazine publishes articles and other materials on political and socioeconomic topics. Circulation, 2.9 million (1976).

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His previous experience includes roles as a political producer for CNN and as a reporter at Newsweek International.
Uzac stepped down as chief executive and became chairman in July 2016, while Dev Pragad, who owned and ran Newsweek International in London, took over as chief executive of Newsweek Media Group.
1998 -- The US publication, Newsweek International, granted former KUNA Chairman and Director-General Barjes Al-Barjes a certificate of appreciation for his valuable contributions to Arab and Islamic news publishing, as well as broadcasting exclusive reports.
Her stories have been featured in Newsweek International magazine and the New York Press.
The former executive editor of Newsweek International, Javers wrote in an e-mail to Nieman Reports that he made the move at the request of Hu Shuli, the dean of the school and editor in chief of Caixin Media.
Thomas Hudnut, the headmaster of Harvard-Westlake School in North Hollywood, had said this about Newsweek International editor Fareed Zakaria, where he addressed students back in 2003.
Then came regular appearances on The Charlie Rose Show, New York Times op-ed pieces and his first book, From Wealth to Power Hired as editor of Newsweek International and a Newsweek columnist in 2000, he became a regular member of ABC's This Week with George Stephanopoulos and began hosting Foreign Exchange with Farced Zakaria, a weekly PBS program.
Fareed Zakaria, the former editor of Newsweek International, fired back at Beck's claims on his CNN show "GPS" on Sunday night.
Fareed Zakaria is editor of Newsweek International.
Fareed Zakaria is Editor of Newsweek International and author of The Post-American World and The Future of Freedom: Illiberal Democracy at Home and Abroad
Fareed Zakaria, editor of Newsweek International, provocatively titles his excellent new book "The Post-American World" (2009 Norton).
11 in the Ringling College Town Hall series at the Van Wezel; the Newsweek International editor is an expert on just about every economic and political issue there is and can spell it all out in layman's terms, too.