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The pages of Foreign Affairs engage and inform brilliant minds with a uniquely global perspective. We offer maximum exposure to the people whose decisions sway markets, define industries, and direct the course of nations. Our readers - many of whom are leaders in government, business, and academia - spend on average more than two hours reading each issue of Foreign Affairs. More than any other publication, Foreign Affairs gives advertisers a privileged position in the consciousness of the Influential Elite.

$327,880 Average household income
$1,520,673 Average household net worth
$722,000 Average investment portfolio value
37% Owns two or more residences
99% Graduated college
26% Holds chief officer responsibilities

Additionally, Foreign Affairs is distributed to all member of Congress and has a higher concentration of paid circulation in the Washington D.C. beltway than Roll Call, National Journal, Foreign Policy, CQ Weekly, and Politico.

Source: Mendelsohn Affluent Study 2013

2014 Foreign Affairs Media Kit [pdf]