As the Editor of The World Policy Journal, David Andelman publishes influential commentary on international relations that make a virtue of non partisan discourse. It’s just the latest in a series of prestigious posts—he was also Executive Editor at Forbes—that mark him as one of the most experienced and insightful speakers on global economics, business, and politics.
“It is the power and fascination of David Andelman’s new book, A Shattered Peace, that he shows us—with the clarity of a first-rate reporter and the drama and detail at the command of a first-rate novelist—that we are all still enmeshed in the loose ends of the Treaty of Versailles.” – Richard Snow, Editor in Chief, American Heritage
USA Today columnist David Andelman has lived in and reported from many international hot spots, and he focuses his keynotes on achieving an inclusive and sustainable global market economy. He is a champion of civic participation and effective governance, and he argues for collaborative approaches to national and global security. Andelman cut his teeth as a domestic and foreign correspondent for The New York Times, in New York and Washington. He was also the Times’ Southeast Asia Bureau Chief, based in Bangkok, and its East European Bureau Chief, based in Belgrade.
For seven years, Andelman also reported from over 70 countries for CBS News, as Paris correspondent. He then became CNBC’s Washington correspondent, then News Editor of Bloomberg News, and, eventually, Business Editor of The New York Daily News. A graduate of the journalism schools at both Harvard and Columbia, Andelman is the author of three books: The Peacemakers, The Fourth World War (with Count de Marenche) and A Shattered Peace.