James F. Hoge, Jr.
James Fulton Hoge, Jr. (born 1935) was the editor of Foreign Affairs and the Peter G. Peterson Chair at the Council on Foreign Relations. His principal areas of expertise are U.S. Foreign Policy and international economic policy.
After graduating from Yale University in 1958, Hoge began his journalistic career as a Washington correspondent for the Chicago Sun-Times, a publication he eventually served as editor in chief and publisher. In 1984, he left and was appointed president and publisher of the New York Daily News. The Sun-Times won six Pulitzer Prizes during his tenure there, and the Daily News won one during his presidency.
After, in 1991, being awarded a fellowship at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University, he was appointed editor of Foreign Affairs in 1992, replacing William G. Hyland and remained until 2010 when he was succeeded by Gideon Rose.
Hoge is the second of four siblings, son of James F. Hoge, Sr. (1901–72) and Virginia McClamroch Hoge.
Hoge married Alice Albright and had three children, Alicia Hoge, James Patrick Hoge, and Robert Warren Hoge. They divorced.
Hoge has a son with Cynthia McFadden, Spencer Graham McFadden Hoge, who was born in 1998 and was named after the late actor, Spencer Tracy.
Hoge has edited and contributed to a large number of books published by Foreign Affairs, the Council on Foreign Relations, and other publishers. Some of the more notable of these are:
- Understanding the War on Terror, Gideon Rose and James F. Hoge, Jr. (editors), (Foreign Affairs, 2005) ISBN 0-87609-347-0
- How Did This Happen? Terrorism and the New War, Gideon Rose and James F. Hoge, Jr. (editors), (Public Affairs, 2001) ISBN 1-58648-130-4
- The Clash of Civilizations? The Debate, Gideon Rose and James F. Hoge, Jr. (editors), (Foreign Affairs, 1996) ISBN 0-87609-164-8
Hoge has published numerous articles in journals such as The New Republic, Nieman Reports, Media Studies Journal, and Foreign Affairs, and in many newspapers including The Washington Post and The New York Sun.
- Foreign Affairs
- Council on Foreign Relations
- Gideon Rose
- James Hoge Tyler - Hoge's first cousin twice-removed, who wrote a genealogy of the family, The Family of Hoge, published in 1927.