|Occupation||foreign correspondent, editor, ex-U.S. Army|
|Notable credit(s)||The New York Times, The New York Post, Washington Star|
|Relatives||Barbara Daine (sister, deceased), James F. Hoge, Jr. (brother), Virginia Hoge (sister)|
Warren McClamroch Hoge (born 1941) is an American journalist, much of whose long career has been at The New York Times. From 2004 until mid-2008, he served as the Times 's foreign correspondent at the United Nations bureau. In July 2008 Warren Hoge left the New York Times to become the Vice President for External Relations at the International Peace Institute, a New York-based think tank.
Hoge's previous posts at the Times included metropolitan news reporter, regional editor and deputy metropolitan news editor (1976–79); foreign bureau chief posts in Rio de Janeiro (1979–83) and London (1996–2003); foreign news editor (1984–87); assistant managing editor (1987–96); and editor of The New York Times Magazine (1991–92).
Hoge's journalism career began as a reporter with the now-defunct Washington Star from 1964 to 1966. From 1966 to 1969, he was Washington, D.C. bureau chief for The New York Post, then the Post 's city editor and assistant managing editor until 1976.
Hoge's elder brother is James F. Hoge, Jr. (b. 1935), former editor of Foreign Affairs, a publication of the Council on Foreign Relations. They are sons of James F. Hoge, Sr. (1901–72) and Virginia McClamroch Hoge.
A sister who was the eldest Hoge sibling, Barbara Hoge Daine, died in 2001. The youngest sibling is Virginia Howe Hoge.
Hoge served in the U.S. Army in 1964, and in the Army Reserves from 1965 to 1970.
- James Hoge Tyler - Hoge's first cousin twice-removed, who wrote a genealogy of the family, The Family of Hoge, published in 1927.
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