10 Facts About Adi Ignatius


Previously, Ignatius served as Time's executive editor starting in 2002, responsible for the magazine's business and international coverage.


Adi Ignatius wrote frequently for the magazine, including cover stories on Google and the 2007 Person of the Year profile of Russian leader Vladimir Putin.


Adi Ignatius joined Time as Deputy Editor of Time Asia in 1996, based in Hong Kong, and was named Editor of that edition in 2000.


Adi Ignatius later served as managing editor of the Central European Economic Review and business editor of the Far Eastern Economic Review, publications owned by Dow Jones.


Adi Ignatius was awarded a Zuckerman Fellowship at Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs in 1990.


Adi Ignatius received a bachelor's degree in history in 1981 from Haverford College in Pennsylvania.


Adi Ignatius is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and the Asia Society and sits on the advisory board of the journalism school at SUNY.

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Adi Ignatius's brother, David Ignatius, is an editor and columnist for The Washington Post.


Adi Ignatius is coeditor, of the book Prisoner of the State: The Secret Journal of Premier Zhao Ziyang.


In 2008, Adi Ignatius was editor of the book President Obama: The Path to the White House, which was a New York Times Bestseller List bestseller.