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About Newsweek

Newsweek is a premier news magazine and website that has been bringing high-quality journalism to readers around the globe for over 80 years.

Newsweek provides the latest news, in-depth analysis and ideas about international issues, technology, business, culture and politics. In addition to its online and mobile presence, Newsweek publishes weekly English print editions in the United States, Europe/Middle East/Africa and Asia as well as editions in Japanese, Korean, Polish, Serbian and Spanish.

Spun off from IBT Media in September 2018, Newsweek is co-owned 50 percent each by Dev Pragad, the President and CEO, and Johnathan Davis, who has no operational role at Newsweek.

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  • Nancy Cooper
  • Diane Harris
  • Michael Goesele
  • Hank Gilman
  • Laura Davis
  • Juliana Pignataro
  • Josh Hammer
  • Fred Guterl
  • Melissa Jewsbury
Editorial
  • Alex Hudson
  • Alfred Joyner
  • Peter Carbonara
    Shane Croucher (News Editor, London)
    Jenny Haward
    David Siminoff
    Bruce Janicke
    Joe Westerfield
    Christina Zhao
  • Batya Ungar-Sargon (Deputy Opinion Editor)
    Ramsen Shamon (Deputy Opinion Editor)
    Philip Jeffery (Deputy Opinion Editor)
    Meredith Wolf Schizer
  • Kyle McGovern
    Donica Phifer
    Emma Nolan
    Matt Keeley
    Scott McDonald
  • Marc Vargas
  • David Chiu
  • Hannah Osborne
  • James Etherington-Smith
  • Domenico Passantino
  • Hannah Partos
  • Danish Manzoor
Art + Photo
  • Lauren Joseph
  • Carrie Bremner
  • Katy Lyness
Video
  • Jessica Durham
  • Jon Lowe
  • Maghen Reynolds
  • Nandini Krishnamoorthy
  • Rufaro Ndoro
  • Olivia Cataldo
  • Alexandra Harris
  • Liz Macro
Writers * Contributing
  • Dayan Candappa
  • Alvaro Palacios
  • Rosie Mckimmie
  • Amit Shah
  • Michael Lukac
  • Leiann Kaytmaz
  • Shaun Hekking
  • Luciano Costa
  • Robert Lee
  • Nalin Kaul
  • Adam Silvers
  • Chantal Mamboury
  • Samantha Rhodes
  • Kim Sermon