By: E&P Staff
Robert Kleiman, former European bureau chief for U.S. News & World Report, died March 22 at his home in Washington, according to The Washington Post. He was 85.
Kleiman also worked for the Post and the New York Journal of Commerce and wrote editorials for The New York Times, particularly on European-American relations. While a student at the University of Michigan, Kleiman was editor of the Michigan Daily.
During World War II, he served in the Office of War Information, where he helped develop the first American psychological warfare team.