Richard Stengel

Members of the Twitterati might be useful in spreading a new kind of American diplomacy abroad.
Exposing the true ISIL first requires debunking the caliphate-building message. That can best be done by taking it on directly.
A three-minute video, posted by a Saudi government-backed organization to YouTube on June 4, has garnered 150,000 views in 48 hours and sparked a discussion in the kingdom about how to stem sectarian conflict.
The shock wave from Paris is the latest in a growing wave of jihadi-inspired terror against Muslims and westerners in recent months in France, in Europe, in the Middle East and across the globe.
What I've heard over and over is not only how the experience of studying abroad has made them global citizens, but how it has changed their lives.
Stengel is be far from the first journalist to move into the Obama administration. His former staffer Jay Carney, of course
The magazine said that Time photographer Marco Grob spent a weekend in February "chronicling Latino voters in Phoenix, Arizona
"In terms of our category, we're not only the last guy standing -- we're the only guy standing," says Rick Stengel, Time
Is there a more fruitful relationship between writer and subject than Richard Stengel and Nelson Mandela?
Are average citizens interested in and capable of decoding that which is useful, credible, "quality journalism" -- and that which is not? And even if they are, will they take the time to do so?
Given the plethora of information widely available, are average citizens really interested and capable enough to decode that which is useful, credible, "quality information" -- and that which is not?
"America basically invented democratic volunteerism and national service. Service is in our DNA as a nation and as a people
From the New York Times profile on Halperin today, readers would have no idea about how Halperin leverages The Page -- and Time's credibility -- to stoke gossip, innuendo and even advise politicians on dirty tricks.
Broadly, Stengel said the magazine needed to regain its status as a vital read, in a way that vaguely echoed the luxe leanings
Newsweek unveils its new design today. Okay, the redesign was actually unveiled Monday, but I haven't written about it yet
Telling America's story in pictures is a particularly American thing to do. For more than 80 years, TIME has helped tell that story with pictures that are both timely and timeless.