James Fallows

National Correspondent, The Atlantic

James Fallows is a national correspondent for The Atlantic, which he has written for since the late 1970s. He and his wife Deb recently completed a book about civic resilience across the country that they reported on in The Atlantic’s “American Futures” series. Fallows previously reported extensively from abroad and was President Carter’s chief speechwriter. His ten books include Blind into Baghdad, Postcards from Tomorrow Square, Breaking the News, and China Airborne. He has won the National Magazine Award, American Book Award, and a New York Emmy for a documentary series on China. He is becoming The Atlantic’s first international bureau chief in London this fall.

Videos/Audio of James Fallows

Are the days of consuming news, for the sake of news, behind us? Increasingly, readers want to interact, engage, and... See more
Experts in public diplomacy discuss the impact of social media on closed regimes around the world. See more
The US has struggled for centuries to determine the appropriate trade offs between security, privacy, transparency and... See more
Welcome by:Justin Smith, The Atlantic, and Walter Isaacson, The Aspen InstituteA variety of 2011 Aspen Ideas speakers... See more
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Covering the United States no longer means having a Western view of the World. How is the role of media changing... See more

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