Jeffrey Goldberg

The president claimed Steve Jobs would "not be happy" with his widow after The Atlantic's scathing report on his insults about fallen military heroes.
The Democratic nominee's statement came after a report said that Trump called slain soldiers “losers” and “suckers."
Trump's actions are "an attack on the very foundations of America’s constitutional democracy," writes senior editor Yoni Appelbaum.
In a staff meeting, Jeffrey Goldberg and Ta-Nehisi Coates discussed the hiring and firing of a conservative writer. But it wound up being about a lot more than that.
"I have come to the conclusion that The Atlantic is not the best fit for his talents, and so we are parting ways," Editor-in-Chief Jeffrey Goldberg wrote.
Former New Republic editor Franklin Foer is the latest in a string of splashy post-election hires at the magazine.
So, are the changing winds bad news for Israeli journalism, or for the feasibility of the two state solution? Not necessarily. Many believe that the overkill and over-dramatization used by Ha'Aretz and its likes achieved only hatred, not peace.
Preventing an Iranian nuclear bomb has been a key goal of Ploughshares Fund and many other security experts for decades. To suggest otherwise -- as David Samuels did -- is absurd.
The New York Times Magazine editor defended the description, though he acknowledged the journalists should have been contacted for comment.
The recent article in "The Atlantic" was disappointing in that it presents a portrait of a President who appears to have given up trying to deliver on the promise of his 2009 Cairo speech. He has resigned himself to an "unfixable" Middle East and "thrown in the towel", blaming the Arabs for this failure.