Richard Hornik

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Richard Hornik a Woodrow Wilson Visiting Fellows, (2006-07) is Director of Southeast Asia Programs for the Independent Journalism Foundation.

"Richard Hornik has been an editorial consultant specializing in corporate governance and social responsibility issues since he retired from Time Inc. in 2002. He has written a cover story on Hong Kong's future for Fortune, edited McKinsey & Co.’s publications for the World Economic Forum, and authored a monograph on corporate responsibility for the International Youth Foundation. In 2003 he began assisting the Independent Journalism Foundation in training young journalists in Vietnam. Mr. Hornik's last job at Time Inc. was Executive Editor of its regional news magazine, AsiaWeek. Over the previous 23 years, he was Bureau Chief at Time’s Warsaw, Boston, Beijing, and Hong Kong offices. In the 1990s he became Business Editor for Time Europe, where he created a weekly business section for Time’s European edition and coordinated awardwinning coverage of the European Union. In 1989, he co-authored Massacre in Beijing. In 1993, he was a Journalist in Residence at the East-West Center in Honolulu, where he wrote an article on the Chinese economy for Foreign Affairs. In 2003 he was awarded a Knight International Press Fellowship, which he used to spend four months training journalists in Cambodia and Vietnam." [1]

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