At the end of February Jonathan Tepperman will take over for Gideon Rose as managing editor of Foreign Affairs. The appointment will reunite Tepperman with the magazine he worked for from 1998 through 2006 when he vacated his post as deputy managing editor. Rose, who moved into the editor role last October, said he is looking forward to working with Tepperman and adding his expertise to the staff:
[Tepperman] brings to the job a wealth of managerial experience, editorial experience, and knowledge about international issues.
Tepperman most recently served as managing editor and director at a political risk research and consulting firm called Eurasia Group. Prior to that, he was deputy editor of Newsweek International and also worked at The Atlantic, The Jerusalem Post, and The Forward.