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Foreign Affairs magazine accepted an Eddie Award for Best Single Article of 2013 at this morning’s Folio Awards ceremony, held at the Grand Hyatt in New York City. It is the fourth accolade the magazine has received this year.
Jacques E.C. Hymans, associate professor of international relations at the University of Southern California and a contributor to Foreign Affairs magazine, won the 2014 Grawemeyer Award for Ideas Improving World Order from the University of Louisville.
On Wednesday, Shepard Smith of Fox News and Foreign Affairs Managing Editor Jonathan Tepperman discussed the role of inspections in a potential nuclear deal with Iran.
René R. Pérez has joined Foreign Affairs as an advertising account executive, coming to the magazine from the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI).
Foreign Affairs magazine publisher Lynda Hammes was honored today as part of the FOLIO 100—the awards ceremony saluting the most influential media professionals of the year. It was the first time in the magazine’s history that a member of the masthead was selected for the honor.
The November/December issue is now online and will be on newsstands soon.
Foreign Affairs Editor Gideon Rose recently joined Philip Dodd, Douglas Murray, and Maria Misra on BBC Radio to discuss whether Huntington's ideas offer a useful way of thinking about shifting global relations today.
In his latest column, Foreign Affairs Managing Editor Jonathan Tepperman looks at the mixed record of UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon.
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