Justine A. Rosenthal is the executive editor of Newsweek/Daily Beast. Rosenthal previously served as editor of The National Interest, adjunct professor at Georgetown University, a research fellow in foreign policy studies at the Brookings Institution, the director of the Executive Office at the Council on Foreign Relations, special assistant to former–Treasury Secretary Robert E. Rubin, and the director of the Atlantic Monthly Foundation. As a Luce Scholar and Lecturer, she spent considerable time in China teaching courses on international relations theory and post–Cold War security issues. Rosenthal received her B.A. from the University of Chicago and her PhD in Political Science from Columbia University, where she was awarded Einstein and Presidential Fellowships.
Justine A. Rosenthal
A Sit-Down with Brent Scowcroft
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