Nahum Barnea is one of Israel’s leading journalists with a weekly column in Yediot Aharonot, Israel’s largest circulating daily newspaper. He has edited and written for various newspapers throughout his long career in journalism and is renowned for his unique style which combines journalistic coverage with extensive commentary.
He is the recipient of many prestigious prizes including the Sokolov Prize for Journalism (1981) and the Israel Prize for Communications (2007). He was, in addition, chosen in 1998 as the most influential Israeli journalist since the founding of the state.
He has published three books of his collected articles.