David A. Andelman is the Editor-in-Chief of World Policy Journal, the 30-year-old global magazine and website dealing with international affairs. Previously he served as an Executive Editor of Forbes, Business Editor of The New York Daily News, and for five years as news editor of Bloomberg News....
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David A. Andelman, member of the board of contributors of USA Today, is the author of "A Shattered Peace: Versailles 1919 and the Price We Pay Today." He formerly served as a foreign correspondent for The New York Times and CBS News. Follow him on Twitter @DavidAndelman. This opinions in this article belong to the author.
The president's Riyadh speech pitted Sunni Saudi Arabia against Shiite Iran and ignored moderate Rouhani's big win. Iran and its young, urbanized, westward-looking voters have thrown down the gauntlet to Donald Trump and America’s nuclear-pact deniers by handing a landslide reelection victory to their moderate President Hassan Rouhani.
David A. Andelman, editor emeritus of World Policy Journal and member of the board of contributors of USA Today, is the author of " A Shattered Peace: Versailles 1919 and the Price We Pay Today ." He served previously as Paris correspondent for CBS News. Follow him on Twitter @DavidAndelman . Paris (CNN) After one of the most contentious elections in modern French history, Emmanuel Macron is the new President of France -- and he has a whole lot to worry about.