On Giving Tuesday (November 28), Foreign Affairs magazine, the world’s leading forum for serious discussion of global issues, kicks off a new program that enables its readers to share their enthusiasm by donating access to the magazine to schools across the country and around the world.
Fully tax-deductible donations to the Foreign Affairs student sponsorship program provide academic institutions with unlocked online access to the magazine and its ninety-five-year archive. Each fifty-cent donation lets a student read for free, so a gift of fifty dollars brings Foreign Affairs to a class of one hundred.
“For nearly a century, Foreign Affairs has analyzed and contextualized the world’s most influential events as they’ve occurred,” said Editor Gideon Rose. “We think that history and insight should be accessible to young leaders of the future—regardless of their school’s ability to pay. We hope that our readers share that sentiment and help give global access to the next generation of scholars.”
Published by the Council on Foreign Relations, Foreign Affairs has evolved into a multifaceted media brand that includes print, digital, audio, and live events. Instead of breaking news, Foreign Affairs breaks the news down, going in-depth with experts in policy, science, and business to bring their readers thoughtful perspectives on today’s important global issues.