TIME Magazine’s U.S. & World Covers This Week Offer Stunning Contrast | Daily Kos
Each week, TIME Magazine designs covers for four world markets: the U.S., Europe, Asia and the South Pacific. While the content in these magazines are nearly identical, the covers are not, with those intended for American audiences often being quite … different.
This week offers a stark example [first photo], as world markets are presented with “Obama’s Iran Gamble" while Americans are tempted with "America’s Pest Problem.”
In Canada we get the same covers as Everywhere-But-The-USA/Rest of the World. I remember seeing that Khadafi cover, and Obama one.