Newsweek magazine has a lot more swerve in the way their writers do stories.
Concise, creative and opinionated, they educate and inform. Not to forget, entertain.
From the heartland of Egypt to the messy politics of Murdoch to China’s economic progress, most of these lay the roadmap for the uninformed reader.
However one-sided it may be, it’s hard to dispute the language and tone it takes up to address a range of issues. One reading of it and you know it’s pro government and pro western. Most of all, it’s claustrophobic of all things Asia. Be it China or India.
Are my assumptions right? I don’t know. But you can’t doubt the fact that media is taking a beating everywhere. Blame it on Murdoch and Barkha Dutt.