Michael Hirsh


Michael Hirsh, senior editor at Newsweek, discusses the neoconservatives providing the foreign policy expertise to the Rudy Giuliani campaign, their conflation of all Muslim resistance anywhere together into “Islamo-fascism,” and the lessons of North Korea for Iran.

MP3 here. (14:07)

Michael Hirsh covers international affairs for Newsweek out of Washington. He was the magazine’s foreign editor from January 2001 to January 2002, and helped to guide Newsweek’s award-winning coverage of the September 11 attacks and the war on terror. Before that he was a senior editor/chief diplomatic correspondent in the Washington bureau, writing about foreign affairs and international economics.