Tunku Varadarajan


Editor, Newsweek International; Virginia Hobbs Carpenter Fellow in Journalism, Hoover Institution, Stanford. [Opinions expressed here are my own.]

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Seen on the corner of 6th Ave. & Broome St., Manhattan

My last cover as editor of Newsweek. (Posting belatedly.)

A section of the Berlin Wall, on display at the Hoover Institution, at Stanford.

Newsweek cover, Apr. 12, 2013: North Korea's honcho: Kim-Jong-Un, aka Mad-Fat-Man.

Bhajji hugs Ponting! I never thought I'd see the day...

Newsweek's latest cover. Download the mag on your iPad (or like device) tomorrow!

Newsweek's latest digital cover, featuring David Mamet polemic on guns #HandsOffOurGuns

The first cover of the very first all-digital Newsweek!

Hurricane protection, Varadarajan-style: parking the good lord Ganesh by our most vulnerable window #Sandy

Newsweek International's James Bond cover, Nov. 5, 2012 issue

Newsweek International's James Bond cover, Nov. 5, 2012 issue

RTing this for those who missed it: Newsweek International's 'Malala' cover. Oct 29 issue.

Newsweek International's Malala Yousafzai cover for the next issue, Oct. 29, 2012

Newsweek International's Iran cover for the (next) Oct. 15, 2012 issue

Newsweek International's cover for Asia/Europe next issue: The Muslim Paradox, by Husain Haqqani

Newsweek International's Europe/Asia cover for the next issue, on the 'Muslim Paradox,' by Husain Haqqani, Pakistan's former ambassador in DC

Newsweek International's 'Adios Chavez?' cover for next week's Latin America issue...

The window of Newsweek Pakistan editor Fasih Ahmed's office today, in Lahore.

Newsweek International's cover for Burma and all parts east of her...Sept. 24 issue

Farewell (spoof) cover for Dirk Barnett, outgoing creative director of Newsweek, now off to the New Republic