Fellows
Fellows
national humanities medal
american academy of arts and sciences
national medal of science
presidential medal of freedom
nobel prize
Tunku Varadarajan is a research fellow at the Hoover Institution
Tunku Varadarajan
virginia hobbs carpenter fellow in journalism
contributor to the working group on islamism and the international order

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Tunku Varadarajan is the Virginia Hobbs Carpenter Research Fellow at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University and editor of Hoover’s in-house publication Defining Ideas. A writer-at-large at the Daily Beast, he was a former editor of Newsweek and Newsweek International. Previously, he was executive editor (opinions) at Forbes, assistant managing editor and op-ed editor of the Wall Street Journal, and the New York bureau chief for The Times (of London). Born in India, he is a British citizen. A visiting scholar at New York University's Department of Journalism, he is a former lecturer in law at Trinity College, Oxford. He has also taught at NYU's Stern School of Business, the Graduate School of Journalism at Columbia University, and the City University of New York's Graduate School of Journalism. Varadarajan has a BA in law, with honors, from Oxford University.

Last updated on March 6, 2014