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. 158, No. 06, August 8

Digital Dump
Byline: Samantha L. Stewart The information-technology revolution has made us smarter, faster, and more globally savvy. It has also seeped poison. On the outskirts of Accra lies the Agbogbloshie slum--one of Ghana's largest electronics-waste...
India Conquers the World
Byline: Joel Kotkin and Shashi Parulekar After a long eclipse, an ancient country finally returns as a force in global business and culture. From the exclusive Club Lounge on the 19th floor of Singapore's Mandarin Oriental, Anish Lalvani gazes...
Italy Is Venal, but It's Not Greece
Byline: Rosemary Righter Rome's balance sheet looks awful. There is, however, a bright side! Italy, the writer Luigi Barzini once observed, has been chronically unstable ever since Sept. 4 of the year A.D. 476, the day the last Roman emperor,...
The City: Zurich
Byline: Alain de Botton; De Botton is the author of, most recently, A Week at the Airport. Alain de Botton celebrates a place where nothing is flashy. The most sincere compliment you could pay Zurich is to describe it as one of the great bourgeois...