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. 15822, No. 22, November 28

Iran's Rasputin
Byline: Babak Dehghanpisheh The president's chief of staff is the man behind the throne--and the Supreme Leader wants him gone. Like many Iranian officials, Esfandiar Rahim Mashaei attended the ceremony for the anniversary of the 1979 revolution...
Middle East: Bloody Democracy
Byline: Mike Giglio Fears of violence as Egypt races toward its first free elections. One evening last week, Azza Soliman and her husband, Mazen Mostafa, sat beside the croquet pitch at the Heliopolis Club, one of Cairo's oldest private sporting...
Squid Globules to Die For
Byline: Bruce Palling The Ledbury's head chef Brett Graham may be modest, but he's London's best bet for an unforgettable dinner. During the August riots in London, a gang of 30 youths smashed their way into the Ledbury, one of the most renowned...
The City: Athens
Byline: Haris Vlavianos Haris Vlavianos portrays an 'unquiet' people in a time of crisis. Athens is a city with a famous past but unfortunately an infamous present. As the capital of Greece, she still enjoys the prestige that the Parthenon and...
The Trouble with Technocrats
Byline: Christopher Dickey and Barbie Latza Nadeau Mario Monti to the rescue? Saving Italy from itself will take more than number-crunching. Legend has it that Alexander Hamilton, the greatest technocrat among America's Founding Fathers, described...
Viktor Ivanov
Byline: Anna Nemtsova Russia's top antinarcotics official, a former KGB officer and ally of Prime Minister Vladimir Putin, speaks about why his country must help its southern neighbors fight drugs. Do you think Russia should have more influence...