Elsevier Weekblad, abbreviated to EW, still known as Elsevier, is a Dutch weekly news magazine. With a circulation of over 68,000 copies as of 2018, it is the Netherlands’ most popular news magazine. Its chief editor is Arendo Joustra. Elsevier Weekblad focuses mainly on politics, international affairs and business. In terms of scope of articles it is best comparable to Germany’s Focus, Belgium’s Knack or America’s Time Magazine. Like Time Magazine, Elsevier Weekblad runs a yearly cover story about a Person of the Year. The magazine is, together with de Volkskrant and NRC Handelsblad, conventionally considered to be one of the most influential written media in the Dutch language area. Views expressed are generally conservative right wing.