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. 07, August 15

Erdogan 1, Ataturk 0
Byline: Rosemary Righter Turkey's generals resign en masse--and make the country's strongman even stronger. Flush with his third and most resounding electoral victory, Recep Tayyip Erdogan bestrides the Turkish stage like a colossus. That victory...
Fascist Russia?
Byline: Owen Matthews and Anna Nemtsova The Kremlin plays a dangerous game by pandering to far-right hate groups. Within hours after Anders Breivik's July 22 bombing and shooting spree in Norway, Russia's ultranationalist underground was buzzing...
Interview with Eva Gabrielsson
Byline: R. M. Schneiderman The longtime partner of Stieg Larsson, the late best-selling crime novelist, talks about the couple's efforts to combat right-wing extremism in Europe. How did Stieg get involved with combating right-wing extremism?...
Land of the Scary Dragon
Byline: Lauren Hilgers Spectacular Dinosaur finds are popping up all over China and revolutionizing our understanding of the ancient creatures. Inside an air hangar in the middle of the countryside in China's Shandong province, 600 kilometers...
The City: Port-Au-Prince
Edwidge Danticat returns to Haiti and finds resilience and regeneration. It's the morning of Corpus Christi, Fete Dieu, in Haiti. The sun rises early, along with a chorus of voices singing hymns all over Port-au-Prince. Altar boys in flowing white...
Your Silence Is Killing Us'
Byline: Fouad Ajami As a people rise in revolt, a son emulates the cruelty of his father. The brave Syrians arrayed against the brutal regime of Bashar al-Assad doubtless had a premonition of what was to come. They gave their Friday protest on...