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. 157, No. 16, April 18

America's 'National Suicide'
Byline: Edward Alden The U.S. needs this man. But it won't let him in. The Orwellian tale of an immigration ordeal. Lakshminarayana Ganti reached out to me in the spring of 2009, long after he had exhausted every other option. Sixteen months...
Battle after Ballot
Byline: Mvemba Phezo Dizolele The civil war in Ivory Coast is coming to a head, and the West may be doing more harm than good. While the world HAS been consumed with NATO's ongoing airstrikes in Libya and the merciless earthquakes in Japan, fierce...
Goodbye to a Cross-Border Dreamer
Byline: Fania Oz-Salzberger The assassination of artist Juliano Mer-Khamis comes at a crossroads for the Middle East. "If words don't help, we will have to speak in bullets," said the ultimatum circulated in the Palestinian territories prior...
India's Banned Books
Byline: Salil Tripathi A new Gandhi biography has been outlawed by an Indian state--just the latest incident in the country's troubled history of censoring free speech. A new book about Mohandas Gandhi has set off a firestorm in India. In Great...
Of Pyramids and Protesters
Byline: Peter Der Manuelian As Egypt transitions to democracy, Egyptians from all walks of life are stepping up to protect the country's ancient heritage. "There's the Great Pyramid. Since you are new here, please go over to the entrance and...
The Beginning of History
Byline: Andrew Bast As the communist era vanished, he declared history's end. With the Middle East in revolt and China rising, Francis Fukuyama is back. What is he thinking? Not long after the Soviet Union invaded Afghanistan in 1979, Francis...
The City: Harare
Byline: Peter Godwin Peter Godwin has watched the African bush retake his impoverished hometown. Harare has always been an arboreal city, planted by its colonial fathers with graceful avenues of overhanging boughs. And this eye-drawing foliage...
The Dirty Dozen
Byline: Sami Yousafzai and Ron Moreau As a new fighting season heats up in Afghanistan, here's a quick guide to 12 of the most-hunted insurgent commanders on the front lines. The U.S. military surge has broken the Taliban's momentum--so says...
The Mail: March 28 and April 4, 2011
'Apocalypse Now' Your coverage of Japan in this issue was impressive. I'd like to thank the U.S. Army for helping the people in Tohoku through Operation Tomodachi. I also thank the more than 100,000 people of the Japan Self-Defense Force who've...
Too Much Trauma
Byline: George A. Bonanno Another massive earthquake shook Japan last week. How much can one nation take? First Japan was hit by a triple whammy. The country of 127 million has just endured one of the largest earthquakes in recorded history,...