Steven C. Clemons

Steven C. Clemons

Steven Craig Clemons is an American journalist and blogger. In March 2022, he joined Semafor, Justin Smith and Ben Smith’s new media startup, to create their global events vertical. Wikipedia*

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Steven C. Clemons has 209 videos in the C-SPAN Video Library; the first appearance was a 1992 Speech as an Executive Director for the Japan-American Society of Southern CA. The year with the most videos was 2014 with 31 videos as an Editor-at-Large for Washington, DC in the Atlantic, The. The year with the highest average number of views per program was 2011 with an average of 3,649 views per program as a Senior Fellow and Director for American Strategy Program in the New America. Most appearances with Margaret Carlson (15), Margaret Low (11), Peter L. Bergen (8). Most common tags: Terrorism, U.S. Economy, Foreign Policy.

Appearances by Title:January 1, 2022 - Present Editor at Large, Semafor

Videos: 3 c. May 1, 2019 - Present Editor at Large, [Hill, The]

Videos: 22 c. July 1, 2005 - Present Senior Fellow and Director, American Strategy Program, New America

Videos: 54 c. January 1, 1994 - Present Co-Founder and Director, Japan Policy Research Institute

Videos: 1 c. September 23, 1994 - Present Executive Director, Center for the National Interest

Videos: 1


Editor-at-Large, Washington, DC, [Atlantic Monthly] June 2, 2011 - c. April 1, 2019 Videos: 89 Senior Fellow, New America c. August 1, 2004 - c. July 1, 2005 Videos: 10 Executive Vice President, New America c. January 1, 1999 - c. August 1, 2004 Videos: 24 Executive Vice President, Economic Strategy Institute c. November 20, 1997 - c. December 31, 1999 Videos: 1 Executive Director, Japan-American Society of Southern CA c. January 20, 1992 - c. September 23, 1994 Videos: 4 Editor-in-Chief, AtlanticLIVE, [Atlantic Monthly] June 2, 2011 - c. April 1, 2019 Videos: 0

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