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. 159, No. 08, February 20

Artists vs. the Brotherhood
Byline: Ty Mccormick Egypt's revolution encouraged painters to shake off decades of censorship. But with Islamists gaining power, will provocative art soon be suppressed? Sublimation is a psychological process in which socially unacceptable impulses...
The City: Rio De Janiero
Carlos Saldanha on reconnecting with the hidden quarter of his youth. I grew up in Marechal Hermes, a small working-class suburb named for the Brazilian president who built it in 1913. You won't find Marechal, as we called it, in your guidebook,...
The Specter of Peace
Byline: Sami Yousafzai and Ron Moreau Will the Taliban survive talking with the Americans? Many fighters say no. Ever since he was 20, Ahmad Jamal has been a loyal follower of Taliban leader Mullah Mohammed Omar. He became a supporter back in...
What Will We Learn at School Today?
Byline: Asne Seierstad Libya's education system sets out to build a new country--but it's not so easy to get over the Gaddafi era. The prisoner's confused gaze flits from one captor to the next as they bellow and shriek at him. He has red marks...