Newsweek International

Newsweek International is a consumer magazine covering general interest issues with editorial content. Newsweek Inc. publishes this periodical weekly. Fareed Zakaria is the Editor.

Articles from Vol. 159, No. 21, May 21

Brothers in Arms
Byline: Anna Nemtsova Meet the family leading Russia's opposition. The night after Vladimir Putin was inaugurated for his third term as president, a trio of brothers sat down in a smoky piano bar to discuss the politician's return. Co-hosts of...
The City: Los Angeles
Byline: Laila Lalami Laila Lalami discovers a metropolis at once foreign and familiar. I came to Los Angeles with a suitcase full of books and shoulder pads stuffed with cash. It was 1992, just a few months after the infamous riots, and I was...
The Disappearer
Byline: Mac Margolis A former henchman comes clean about his crimes. Memorias de uma Guerra Suja (Memories of a Dirty War) is not the sort of book you curl up in bed with. "My method was always the same. Two bullets straight to the victim's chest,"...
The Lost Children of Nuba
Byline: Trevor Snapp A refugee camp in South Sudan overflows with orphans fleeing bombs and starvation. Rose was in the middle of an English lesson at her school when the bombers arrived. Hearing the buzz of old Russian Antonov cargo planes,...
The Mail
'Boris johnson: Beyond london' Your article implies that Mayor Johnson is familiar with London Underground. No chance. The photo op is somewhat fatuous, and appropriately so. The mayor is straphanging in a car with an empty seat behind him, on a...
The Past, in Ruins
Byline: Kristian Jebsen Exploring Asia's most endangered treasures. Throughout Asia, historical marvels are being imperiled by threats both natural--floods, earthquakes--and human, as the populations of developing countries expand at an exponential...
Thwack! Bang! Boom!
Byline: Blake Gopnik Roy Lichtenstein pioneered our clip-art world. Last week on a New York subway, I glanced at an ad for a local pawn shop. Styled like an enlargement from a comic book, complete with a weepy blonde and speech bubbles and giant...
Yousaf Raza Gilani
Byline: Fasih Ahmed And Shehrbano Taseer The Supreme Court calls for an "Arab Spring" uprising. The opposition already calls him "the former prime minister of Pakistan." His country's Supreme Court has declared him "wicked"--a "criminal" seeking...