When I first began writing in this little box, the Sept. 11 attacks were five months away. The spring and summer of 2001 were
an idyll before a great storm; there was speculation that we’d reached “the end of history,” with the Cold War receding, peace
prevailing, and Western democracy triumphant. The internet and cellphones were just starting to transform our lives. The past 22
years have been a tumultuous, wondrous, and terrible time in our history, and serving as The Week’s editor-in-chief has given
me the great privilege of trying in these pages to help readers—and myself—make some sense of it all. After 1,148 issues, I have
decided to step down, and turn the magazine over to the skillful stewardship of executive editor Theunis Bates, who will be
ably assisted by managing editor Susan Caskie and our other fine writers and editors. I am not retiring, and will continue as
editor-at-large here while pursuing some other long-postponed writing and editing ambitions. Endings are also beginnings.
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