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. 14, October 3

Author of Outrage
Byline: Tracy McNicoll How an obscure pamphlet by a former resistance fighter inspired Europe's grassroots protesters. Stephane Hessel, 93, is what the French call a grand monsieur, the sort whose past heroics still get a collective tip of the...
Damascene Diplomat
Byline: John Barry America's man in Syria has been quietly demonstrating how to use diplomatic force against oppressive regimes. They were one door away from disaster. Syrian "demonstrators" were besieging the U.S. Embassy in Damascus. Busloads...
La Bellissima
Byline: Peter Pomerantsev; Pomerantsev is a television producer and nonfiction writer. Anna Netrebko cleaned toilets as a student to make ends meet. Now she is a diva to die for. "Lots of opera singers are just boring. Bo-o-o-ring. C'mon: get...
Stop Coddling My Country's Rulers
A former billionaire, once Russia's richest man, writes from jail on America's oil-driven appeasement. The Obama administration seems to be rather proud of the success of the "reset" in Russian-American relations. And it's true: anti-American propaganda...
The City: Bulawayo
NoViolet Bulawayo looks back on a transitional time for Zimbabwe. Bulawayo starts in the sky, a solid shade so alive they had to nickname the city "Bluez." It's at the very end of the '90s and the decade is packing its bags. Does Bulawayo know?...
The Sixth Beatle?
Byline: Paul Theroux; Theroux is the author, most recently, of The Tao of Travel: Enlightenments From Lives on the Road. George Harrison was liberated by rock and roll. Turns out Martin Scorsese was too. The three-hour film (to be aired in two...
The Women's Revolution
Byline: Ursula Lindsey; Lindsey is a writer who has been living in Cairo since 2003. Protests in Tahrir Square were meant to bring freedom. Eight months later, women fear their rights are about to be taken away. Dina Wahba approached Tahrir Square...