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. 23, December 5

Inside the City of Fear
Byline: James Harkin James Harkin is one of the few non-Syrian journalists to get into Homs. There, in the midst of murderous civil strife, he befriends a brave 18-year-old who dreams of a free Syria. It's an abrupt twist to a conversation as...
Mariano Rajoy
Byline: Felipe Sahagun Spain's prime minister-elect is a professed Catholic with a notably Protestant ethos. In 2004, when all polls had promised him victory in the elections, Islamist terrorists bombed four trains in Madrid, killing 192 and...
Nuclear Power Goes Rogue
Byline: Henry Sokolski Post-Fukushima, the market for nuclear power is changing latitudes. Here's what's at stake. As the full cost of the Fukushima nuclear accident continues to climb--Japanese officials now peg it at $64 billion or more--nuclear...
The Afghan General Who Fell to Earth
Byline: Sami Yousafzai and Ron Moreau She was a national hero--and some powerful men didn't like that. As badly as things went for her that day, Khatool Mohammadzai nevertheless glows at the memory. It was the first day of spring 2002, and she...
The Real Revolution Begins
Byline: Mike Giglio and Christopher Dickey Getting rid of Mubarak was the easy part. Taking on Egypt's military leadership will be far more difficult. Col. Eyad Emam was an exemplary Egyptian military officer. The 40-year-old father of three...
When the Judge Is Your Enemy
Byline: Dan Ephron A new documentary looks at Israel's military courts in the West bank. War has a way of testing a country's commitment to civil liberties like nothing else. It's easy to be high-minded when you're Switzerland. But when terrorists...