Christian Caryl Audio Books

Christian Caryl Audio Books

Christian Caryl is deputy editor at Foreign Policy, a contributing editor at Newsweek, and a senior fellow of the Center for International Studies at MIT. He has also served as Washington chief editor for Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty, Tokyo bureau chief of Newsweek, and Moscow bureau chief of both Newsweek and US News & World Report. He has worked as a correspondent in Berlin and Hong Kong. A regular contributor to the New York Review of Books, he has also written for the Economist, Der Spiegel, Wall Street Journal, Foreign Affairs, New Republic, Spectator, Times Literary Supplement, Sunday Times, New Statesman, and Boston Globe, among others. He is a graduate of Yale.

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