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David Rothkopf is the CEO and Editor-at-Large of Foreign Policy. His new book, Power, Inc.: The Epic Rivalry Between Big Business and Government and the Reckoning that Lies Ahead, was published by Farrar, Straus & Giroux on March 1. He is also the author of Superclass: The Global Power Elite and the World They are Making, now available in over two dozen editions worldwide, and Running the World: The Inside Story of the National Security Council and the Architects of American Power, hailed by the New York Times as "the definitive history of the National Security Council."
Rothkopf is President and CEO of Garten Rothkopf, an international advisory firm specializing in transformational trends especially those associated with energy choice and climate change, emerging markets and global risk. He is a visiting scholar at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace where he chairs the Carnegie Economic Strategy Roundtable. He was formerly chief executive of Intellibridge Corporation, managing director of Kissinger Associates and U.S. Deputy Under Secretary of Commerce for International Trade Policy.
Rothkopf has also taught international affairs and national security studies at Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs and Georgetown's School of Foreign Service, has lectured widely and is the author of over 150 articles for leading publications worldwide. Read David's full bio here.
Susan Glasser is editor in chief of Foreign Policy, the magazine of global politics, economics, and ideas. A longtime foreign correspondent and editor for the Washington Post, Glasser joined Foreign Policy in 2008 and has been spearheading the magazine’s ambitious expansion in print and online at ForeignPolicy.com. During her tenure, the magazine has won numerous awards for its innovative coverage, including three digital National Magazine Awards, and was recently honored for online general excellence by the Overseas Press Club.
Glasser spent four years as co-chief of the Post's Moscow bureau and covered the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq for the Post in the immediate aftermath of 9/11 before returning to Washington, where she edited the Post’s weekly Outlook section and led its national news coverage. Together with her husband, New York Times White House correspondent Peter Baker, she wrote Kremlin Rising: Vladimir Putin's Russia and the End of Revolution. Glasser previously worked for eight years at the Capitol Hill newspaper Roll Call, where she rose to be the top editor. A graduate of Harvard University, Glasser lives in Washington with Baker and their son. Read Susan's full bio here.
Blake Hounshell is managing editor at Foreign Policy, having formerly been Web editor. Hounshell oversees ForeignPolicy.com, FP's award-winning Web site, and commissions articles for the print magazine. He joined Foreign Policy in 2006 after living in Cairo, where he studied Arabic, missed his Steelers finally win one for the thumb, and worked for the Ibn Khaldun Center for Development Studies. A graduate of Yale University with a bachelor's degree in political science, he has appeared on CNN, NPR, C-Span, WTOP, WNYC, and Al-Jazeera, among others. He speaks mangled Arabic and French. Read Blake's full bio here.
Previously, he was the deputy staff director of the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, where he worked on approval of the New START Treaty and served as the chief foreign policy speechwriter for Chairman John Kerry.
Before going to Capitol Hill, Scoblic was the executive editor of The New Republic. In 2008, he published U.S. vs. Them, an intellectual history of conservatism and its effect on nuclear strategy, which he wrote while he was a visiting scholar at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. Prior to joining TNR, Scoblic spent four years as the editor of Arms Control Today, a journal covering efforts to prevent the spread and use of weapons of mass destruction.
A graduate of Brown University, he lives in Washington with his wife, writer Sacha Z. Scoblic; their son, Theodore; and their terrier, SciFi. Read Peter's full bio here.
Ben Pauker is senior editor at Foreign Policy. Ben came to FP in May 2010 from World Policy Journal, where he was managing editor from 2007-2010. A native of New York, he grew up in Brazil, Australia, and Thailand and has written for Harper's, the Economist, and the Chicago Tribune, among other publications. He is the co-founder of the Gastronauts, the world’s largest adventurous-eating club, and, in the course of reporting but mainly to see if it was possible, has smuggled small arms out of Central Africa. Read Ben's full bio here.
Uri Friedman is deputy managing editor at Foreign Policy. Before joining FP, he reported for the Christian Science Monitor, worked on corporate strategy for Atlantic Media, helped launch the Atlantic Wire, and covered international affairs for the site. A proud native of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, he studied European history at the University of Pennsylvania and has lived in Barcelona, Spain and Geneva, Switzerland. Read Uri's full bio here.
Isaac Stone Fish is associate editor at Foreign Policy. Previously a Beijing correspondent for Newsweek, he wrote stories on such subjects as the Dalai Lama’s effect on international trade, China’s love affair with rogue states, and crystal meth in North Korea. His articles have also appeared in the International Herald Tribune, the Economist, and the Los Angeles Times. Read Isaac's full bio here.
Joshua Keating is associate editor at Foreign Policy and the editor of the Passport blog. He has worked as a researcher, editorial assistant, and deputy Web editor since joining the FP staff in 2007. In addition to being featured in Foreign Policy, his writing has been published by the Washington Post, Newsweek International, Radio Prague, the Center for Defense Information, and Romania's Adevarul newspaper. He has appeared as a commentator on CNN International, C-Span, ABC News, Al Jazeera, NPR, BBC radio, and others. A native of Brooklyn, New York, he studied comparative politics at Oberlin College. Read Joshua's full bio here.
Preeti Aroon, copy chief at Foreign Policy, copy-edits print and web articles to ensure they are grammatically correct, free of typos, and consistent with FP's house style. Formerly a copy editor and contributing columnist for the Lexington Herald-Leader, Aroon holds a master's degree in public policy from Duke University and bachelor's degrees in chemical engineering and Spanish from the University of Kentucky. Read Preeti's full bio here.
Margaret Slattery is assistant managing editor at Foreign Policy, working primarily on FP's print magazine. A Los Angeles native and recent graduate of Yale University, where she majored in English, she has written for The New Republic and has studied in Leon, Spain. Read Margaret's full bio here.
David Kenner is an associate editor at Foreign Policy. A native of Boston, Massachusetts, he received his undergraduate degree from Georgetown University, also spending time studying in Turkey. He lived in Lebanon from 2006 to 2008, where he reported on Middle East politics and pursued a master's degree from the American University of Beirut. He has written for The New Republic, The Weekly Standard, and Slate, among others.
Elias Groll is an editorial assistant at Foreign Policy. A native of Stockholm, Sweden, he received his undergraduate degree from Harvard University, where he was the managing editor of The Harvard Crimson and wrote his honors thesis on the contemporary radical right in Europe. He has previously written for Politico and The Orange County Register. He speaks Swedish and Spanish. Read Elias's full bio here.
Josh Rogin is staff writer for Foreign Policy, where he has written the daily Web column The Cable since September 2009. Prior to that, Josh covered defense and foreign policy for Congressional Quarterly and has also served as a national security reporter for Federal Computer Week magazine and Japan's leading daily newspaper, the Asahi Shimbun. A graduate of the George Washington University, Josh has also studied at Tokyo's Sophia University. He lived in Yokohama, Japan, from 2002-2003 and speaks conversational Japanese. Josh has also worked at the House International Relations Committee, the Embassy of Japan, and the Brookings Institution. He hails from Philadelphia. Read Josh's full bio here.
Ty McCormick is an assistant editor at FP. Previously, he was a freelance correspondent in Egypt, where he wrote about everything from military trials to revolutionary rap music. A 2011 Pulitzer Center grantee, his writing has been published by Newsweek / Daily Beast, The New Republic, Al Jazeera English, NPR, the San Francisco Chronicle, and the Cairo Review of Global Affairs, among others. He holds a bachelor’s degree from Stanford University, and a master’s from the University of Oxford, where he was a Clarendon Scholar. Read Ty's full bio here.
Amer Yaqub is the managing director of FP. Previously, he was director of international advertising at the Washington Post. Amer also worked in a variety of marketing and sales positions at AT&T, Quaker Oats and ConAgra. He has been profiled in Fortune magazine, Voice of America,and Russia Today and was a guest speaker on marketing trends at George Mason University and Columbia Business School.
Amer has an MBA from Columbia University and a B.S. in economics from Carnegie Mellon University.
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