Tunku Varadarajan (born Patanjali Varadarajan in 1962 in New Delhi, India) (English pronunciation: /ˈtʊŋkuː ˌvɑrədəˈrɑːdʒən/) is a New York-based journalist who is editor of Newsweek International. Earlier, he was writer-at-large for The Daily Beast. He has also worked as executive editor for opinion at Forbes, assistant managing editor at the Wall Street Journal and as bureau chief of The Times of London in both New York and Madrid.
He has been a clinical professor at the Stern School of Business at New York University, an adjunct professor at Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism, and the Levine Memorial Lecturer in Law at Trinity College, Oxford University, from which he graduated with a law degree in 1984. He is also the Virginia Hobbs Carpenter Fellow in Journalism at Stanford University's Hoover Institution. A British citizen, he and his wife, the journalist Amy Finnerty, live in Brooklyn and have three children.
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