Fellows & Editors

 

Adam Kushner

Trip:
Saudi Arabia 2012
Affiliation:
National Journal
Country:
Saudi Arabia
Year:
2012

Adam Kushner is deputy editor of National Journal magazine in Washington DC, a weekly news magazine and associate website read widely by members of Congress, US government officials, and others interested in public policy issues.  He crafts the National Journal’s editorial mission and supervises coverage, including the magazine’s foreign policy and national security team. Prior to joining National Journal, he served as a senior editor at Newsweek in New York, editing foreign coverage. Earlier, Kushner covered ideas and trends for the Newsweek foreign desk as a senior writer.  From 2003 to 2007, Kushner held a variety of positions at The New Republic, including a post as assistant managing editor and, ultimately, managing editor/online. In that role, he oversaw a relaunch of TNR.com. Before that, he was a fellow-in-residence at the Poynter Institute. Kushner is a graduate of Columbia University and a native of New Orleans.

Stories

Blog Posts RSS

More Posts

Your donation helps continue the IRP's work to inform the public about international issues.

Make A Gift

Are you a Journalist?

Apply for a fellowship trip or a gatekeeper trip