Joe Klein

Columnist, TIME

Joe Klein is a columnist and senior writer at TIME. He joined the magazine in 2003 to write a regular column, In the Arena, on national and international affairs. He is the author of The Natural: Bill Clinton’s Misunderstood Presidency and several other nonfiction books. As “Anonymous,” Klein wrote the critically acclaimed novel Primary Colors, a best-seller inspired by the 1992 political race. Klein is an occasional contributor to The New Yorker, where he formerly served as Washington correspondent. He has written articles and book reviews for The New Republic, The New York Times, The Washington Post, LIFE, Rolling Stone, and other publications. He is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and is a former Guggenheim fellow.

Videos/Audio of Joe Klein

Not even one percent of the US population has served in the military, but the return of veterans from war has a ripple... See more
A look at the social, economic, and cultural issues that will help decide the 2012 election, from faith and race to... See more
On the Supreme Court's June 28 decision on the Affordable Healthcare Act. See more
On the expected eve of one of the more contentious and anticipated Supreme Court decisions, observers share... See more
What are the qualities it takes to be a successful president in the modern era? See more
If you're a political junkie, it's never too early to talk about the next election cycle. Here, the best in the media... See more