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. 154, No. 11, September 14

A Simple Way of Seeing
Byline: William Underhill For village tailor Henry Adjei-Mensah, earning a living had become a struggle. By his mid-30s, his deteriorating eyesight made it hard to thread a needle, and a dearth of optometrists in Ghana meant treatment was out of...
Backed into a Corner
Rarely has there been such a show of unanimity in Latin America. Last week, in response to a new agreement between Washington and Bogota that grants U.S. access to seven military bases in Colombia, almost every member of UNASUR--the South American...
China's Stock Is Sky-High
Byline: Ruchir Sharma; Sharma Is Head Of Emerging Markets For Morgan Stanley Investment Management. Now Beijing needs to let it deflate. Chinese stocks are still a long way off their October 2007 record highs, but if sentiment on the streets...
Creating the Chinese Google
Byline: Rana Foroohar Back in 2002, Chinese billionaire Li Ka-shing, Asia's most successful entrepreneur, founded the Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business in Beijing to turn out a new kind of Chinese global leader. Cheung Kong has since become...
How Hatoyama Will Lead
Byline: Sheila Smith; Smith is senior fellow for Japan studies at the Council on Foreign Relations. Dispelling fear of Japan's new leader. Rarely has so huge a victory been followed by so short a honeymoon. Even before the Democratic Party of...
Learning to Love the Bomb
Byline: Jonathan Tepperman Obama wants to rid the world of nuclear weapons. Why that might be a big mistake. On Sept. 24, President Barack Obama will bring together 14 world leaders for a special U.N. Security Council meeting in New York. On...
Lock, Stock, and Barrel
Byline: Nick Foulkes Autumn is the "season of mists and mellow fruitfulness" and--as John Keats omitted to mention--the sound of shotguns and the thud of birds falling to the ground. From Aug. 12, the date on which grouse come into season, until...
Unleashing the Chinese Consumer
The Middle Kingdom can pick up slack left by rich country shoppers: here's how. As the global financial crisis ebbs, company and policy leaders around the world are scratching their heads and trying to understand what the post-downturn "new normal"...