Vox appoints Guyer senior foreign policy writer
Vox has tapped Jonathan Guyer as a senior foreign policy writer, covering the issues and controversies shaping US foreign policy, and how these policy choices have a global effect.
He begins Dec. 13.
Guyer joins from The American Prospect, where he was managing editor. His bylines have also appeared in the Atlantic, Foreign Policy, the Guardian, Guernica, Harper’s, Modern Painters, New York, the New York Times, the New Yorker, Nieman Reports, the Paris Review, and the Rolling Stone, among others.
He has also served as an associate editor, senior editor and then as a contributing editor at The Cairo Review of Global Affairs. He was also assistant editor, Middle East Channel, at ForeignPolicy.com.
Guyer is a Brown University graduate.