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FOREIGN AFFAIRS

Since 1922, Foreign Affairs Magazine has been the preeminent publication on foreign policy and international affairs for government and business leaders, researchers, students, and concerned citizens. Recent contributors include top policymakers and leading scholars, such as Condoleezza Rice, Madeleine Albright, Richard Holbrooke, John Lewis Gaddis, Samuel Huntington, Fareed Zakaria, and Joseph Nye. Foreign Affairs is more than a magazine; it is the international forum of choice for the most important new ideas, analysis, and debate on the most significant issues in the world. Subscribers also receive online access to the current issue, a full year of back issues, and discounts on other digital products.


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    Relevant, Interesting

    I have to admit that when I subscribed to this magazine for the first time about five years ago, I did so out of a sense of duty to educate myself about all of the foreign policy and political things that I wasn't taught in school. It did seem a little dry from the get-go, but now I am a Foreign Affairs junkie, so to speak. Those who contribute articles to this magazine are professors, politicians, heads of state, and other great (and occasionally not-so-great) thinkers of our times. One gets the perspectives of world events from educated individuals from all over the world, not just America, and sometimes the points of view are very different than those...

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    Mandatory reading

    Foreign Affairs is mandatory reading for the serious student of global diplomacy. The comments, essays and book reviews in this bimonthly publication are always well researched, written and presented in a straightforward fashion. Moreover, Foreign Affairs will consistently crystallize contemporary thinking on a vast array of foreign subjects.

    I often wonder how Editor James Hoge manages to regularly tap the finest minds in the world for each issue. Certainly, the editorial staff of this outstanding publication is dedicated to the highest standards of excellence as well making sure that Foreign Affairs represents provocative worldwide cutting...

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    Only Magazine I Read From Cover to Cover

    The only magazine I read from cover to cover is Foreign Affairs, published by the distinguished bi-partisan Council on Foreign Relations. Ideas and issues presented in each issue are discussed six months later in the news. A recent example of this phenomenon is the publication of Daniel Yergin and Michael Stoppard's The Next Prize, about strategic issues surrounding the future of natural gas as an energy source. The article appeared in late 2003, and since then the concerns raised in the article have reverberated in business publications, energy conferences and Sunday talk shows.

    Since my childhood I have thought of Foreign Affairs as an influential...

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