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. 12, March 19

Ghosts on the Telly
Byline: Peter Pomerantsev Two new shows confront viewers with Britain's colonial past--and multiethnic present. The British, so the cliche goes, are a repressed lot. Faced with an awkward subject, they avoid it, change the subject, make tea....
Good Riddance to Al-Shabab
Byline: Laura Heaton People in Somalia's third-largest city are so glad the radical Islamist group is gone, they don't even mind being occupied--yet. The previous occupants of the crumbling palace left its interior covered with multicolored chalk...
Romario De Souza Brazil's Hard-Kicking Legislator
The irrepressible football hero could have settled into cushy retirement, but his daughter showed him he had more urgent things to do. By Mac Margolis In a banker's gray suit, his hair flecked with white, the little man behind the desk is barely...
The City: Karachi
Byline: Kamila Shamsie Kamila Shamsie on a wondrous and terrifying metropolis. You can live in Karachi your entire life without ever glimpsing the sea. This fact would surely have astounded Alexander the Great's general, Nearchus, who sailed...
The Mail: In Response to the Issue of Feb. 27 and March 5, 2012
'The New Science of Feelings' Thanks for the cutting-edge information about the brain's mechanics of emotion. With a better understanding of how neural structures associated with emotions work, we can learn to modify or strengthen areas to improve...