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Jeremy Kahn

Fellows Fall 2003
Ivory Coast

Jeremy Kahn is a freelance journalist based in New Delhi, where he contributes to Newsweek, The International Herald Tribune and The New York Times, among others. Previously, he was managing editor of The New Republic. In that role, he helped direct the magazine’s coverage of politics and world affairs and writes for the magazine and its website, www.tnr.com, usually on foreign policy topics. Previously, he spent seven years as a writer at Fortune magazine in New York, where he covered a range of domestic and international topics, including economic reconstruction in Iraq and political strife in Venezuela, as well as accounting, finance and economic stories. He was a Fall 2003 IRP Fellow and traveled to the Ivory Coast to report on the aftermath of that country's civil war. Prior to Fortune, he interned at Newsweek, The Plain Dealer in Cleveland, and the Financial Times' Washington bureau. He holds a masters' degree in International Relations from the London School of Economics and a bachelor's degree in History from the University of Pennsylvania.


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