Jeffrey Goldberg

Editor in Chief, The Atlantic

Jeffrey Goldberg is editor in chief of The Atlantic, named to the position in October 2016 after nine years as a national correspondent for the magazine. A former Middle East correspondent and Washington correspondent for The New Yorker, he spent several years as a writer for The New York Times Magazine and began his career as a police reporter for The Washington Post. Goldberg has been a fellow of the American Academy in Berlin and the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. A recipient of the National Magazine Award for reporting, among other honors, he has interviewed and profiled leaders including President Obama, Benjamin Netanyahu, King Abdullah II, and the Taliban’s Mullah Omar.

Videos/Audio of Jeffrey Goldberg

Institutions and communities across America are divided over politics, culture, identity, and the overall direction of... See more
In the nearly 18 months of his presidency, Donald Trump has made an array of foreign policy changes. It began with... See more
Join Dan Porterfield and Kitty Boone in kicking off the 2018 Aspen Ideas Festival. Featuring conversations with Jeffrey... See more
The Founders created a representative republic rather than a direct democracy, designed to slow down deliberation so... See more
Writer Wajahat Ali talks to The Atlantic editor Jeffrey Goldberg about his trip — and subsequent feature story and... See more
Nearly every tension across the Middle East — from the war in Syria to Saudi Arabia’s blockade of Qatar to the United... See more

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