Clifford May is a journalist, political activist, editor, and podcast host from the United States. He founded and serves as president of the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, a think organization founded immediately after the 9/11 attacks. He also presents the podcast Foreign Podpolicy and writes The Washington Times’ weekly “Foreign Desk” column.
Previously, he was a member of the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF). He previously worked for Scripps Howard News Service and National Review Online as a weekly columnist.
Furthermore, he has been frequently published, with articles appearing in The Wall Street Journal, National Review, Commentary, USA Today, and The Atlantic. He has worked as a reporter, foreign correspondent, and magazine/newspaper editor, most notably for Newsweek in the 1970s and for The New York Times in the 1980s.
Clifford May Age
Clifford May was born in 1951. He is 71 years old.
Clifford May Height
Clifford stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 7 in/1.70 m tall.
Clifford May Family
Clifford’s parents brought him up in the United States. May is of white ethnicity and maintains an American nationality. At the present, no information about his parents is accessible.
Clifford May Wife
May enjoys his life and career, but he keeps his personal life quiet. As a result, it is unclear whether he is dating anyone or not.
Clifford May Education
In 1973, Clifford graduated from Sarah Lawrence College in Bronxville, New York with a Bachelor of Arts degree. He later obtained master’s degrees from Columbia University’s School of Public and International Affairs as well as its School of Journalism. He also has a certificate from Leningrad University in Russian language and literature. From 1975 to 1978, he was an associate editor at Newsweek.
Clifford May Salary
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Clifford May’s Net Worth
May’s approximate net worth is $1 million.
Clifford May Career
May writes The Washington Times’ weekly “Foreign Desk” column. He wrote for The Washington Times in the aftermath of the United States’ re-deployment in Iraq in July 2009, “The news is not that American combat troops withdrew from Iraqi cities.”
He is the president and founder of the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies. It is a think group founded immediately after the 9/11 events, and he presents the podcast Foreign Policy there. May is a member of the Henry Jackson Society as well. In October 2007, The Daily Telegraph ranked him 94th among the “100 most influential conservatives in America,” classifying him as a Republican Party neoconservative.
He is the host of Foreign Policy, a podcast about national security and foreign policy at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies. Top specialists may meet to address important world affairs and security challenges.
He has had numerous articles published in publications such as The Wall Street Journal, National Review, Commentary, USA Today, and The Atlantic. He has worked for newspapers and magazines, most notably for Newsweek in the 1970s and The New York Times in the 1980s as a reporter, foreign correspondent, and editor.