Press: Policy Posting

Foreign Affairs' new editor

Like so many of the diplomats and internationalists who make up its prestigious audience, Foreign Affairs (circ. 85,000) is gray, influential and unobtrusive. The quarterly, founded in 1922, made a public splash last year, when four former top-ranking U.S. officials—McGeorge Bundy, George Kennan, Robert McNamara and Gerard Smith—published a joint article calling on the U.S. to renounce the first use of nuclear weapons. The piece was a high point in the eleven-year editorship of McGeorge Bundy's brother William, 65, who was a national security aide to Presidents Kennedy and...

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