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Celebrating 90 Years of Foreign Affairs
Special Anniversary Features, Events, and Offers
Since 1922, Foreign Affairs has led the discussion on U.S. foreign policy and international relations. We are celebrating our 90-year milestone with special features, events, and offers for our readers.
First, we welcome first-time subscribers to sign up for a full year of Foreign Affairs at the introductory rate of only $29.95 -- a 50 percent savings off the cover price. This limited time offer, only available online, ends on January 31st. Visit www.foreignaffairs.com/90special to subscribe (Update: This special offer has ended, but you can subscribe now for only $34.95).
All new subscriptions will begin with the Jan/Feb 2012 issue, which includes a special 90th anniversary section called "The Clash of Ideas." This extraordinary mix of 20 archival selections and a handful of new essays traces the evolution of the modern world order as it played out in the pages of the magazine. This section has been expanded into an original eBook of the same name, which contains even more gems from the archives. Ordering online, subscribers also receive an abridged version of The Clash of Ideas eBook as a bonus gift.
New and existing subscribers can also take advantage of a new feature on the award-winning ForeignAffairs.com: the complete digital archives. We recently launched access to the 90 years of fully searchable back issues, each article a direct link to the most important thinkers of the age -- from George Kennan and Samuel Huntington to Henry Kissinger and Barack Obama. ForeignAffairs.com also updates daily with topical analysis beyond the headlines, making the site the most comprehensive source available on foreign policy past, present, and future.
Existing subscribers are encouraged to register for online access at www.foreignaffairs.com/register so they too can take advantage of all their subscriber benefits.
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