Former editor of Foreign Affairs, Pulitzer Prize
Jim Hoge recently completed 18 years as Editor of Foreign Affairs, during which circulation more than doubled and new editions were launched in Spanish, Japanese, and Russian. Prior to joining Foreign Affairs, Mr. Hoge spent three decades in newspaper journalism as a Washington correspondent, then editor and publisher of The Chicago Sun-Times, and finally as publisher of The New York Daily News. Under his direction, the Sun-Times won six Pulitzer Prizes and the Daily News one. Mr. Hoge has been a Fellow at Harvard's John F. Kennedy School of Government, the Freedom Forum Media Center at Columbia University and has been on the American Political Science Association's Congressional Program. He is the Vice Chairman of the International Center for Journalists, Former Chairman of Human Rights Watch, on the advisory board for the Center for Global Affairs at New York University, and is also involved with several other non-governmental organizations. He writes, lectures, and has edited several books on international affairs. Currently, he is Senior Advisor, Teneo Intelligence, in New York.