June 25, 2004
'Foreign Affairs' Loses a Longtime Editor and His Replacement in Row Over Editorial Independence
CHILE RECEPTION: A bitter public row over history, Henry A. Kissinger, and editorial independence at Foreign Affairs magazine led to one prominent editor's resignation last month and claimed his replacement last week. On June 11, Jeremy I. Adelman, a Princeton University historian hired to succeed Kenneth R. Maxwell as the magazine's book-review editor for the Western Hemisphere, resigned after only three weeks.
Mr. Maxwell, a prominent historian of Brazil, had held that editing job at