The award goes to 'The Economist,' from June 2000.
"We should be thinking less about the transition of North Korean power, and more about the worldview that Kim and his potential successors have in common."
The contrarian writer, who died of cancer this week, was a longtime contributor and friend.
Occupy Wall Street is a pluralist protest that's better at asking questions than offering answers. By cherry-picking messages and images, its critics are missing the bigger picture.
How the press, and history, got it wrong
An airliner is captured in striking perspective by one of the satellites used to populate Google Maps.
An unexpected wave of democratization reshaped the world not so long ago. Could it happen again now?
From the once-indispensable Coronet Instructional Films
His strategic thinking on this front has been vague and tentative for a long time.
Tracking the ongoing demonstrations and government response
He explains why in conversation with Christiane Amanpour at the Washington Ideas Forum.
What do you suppose happens when the host of "The Factor" guests on "The View" and claims that "Muslims killed us on 9/11"?