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In November , millions of voters will cast their ballots for the most remarkable presidential candidate in the history of American politics, whose strident populism has been denounced even by many in his own party, begins Foreign Affairs Editor Gideon Rose in the
Foreign Affairs’ Jonathan Tepperman Shares Answers to the World’s Biggest Problems from the Most Unexpected Places
September 20, 2016—We all know the bad news. The heady promise of the Arab Spring has given way to repression, civil war, and an epic refugee crisis. Economic growth is sputtering. Income inequality is rising around the world. And the threat of the self-declared Islamic State and other extremist groups keeps spreading. We are living in an age of unprecedented, irreversible decline—or so we're constantly being told.
Tomorrow’s Military: September/October Issue of Foreign Affairs Asks What’s Next for U.S. Armed Forces
After fifteen years of constant fighting, the U.S. military is a different beast than it used to be—experienced, battle scarred, warier, more politically sensitive, and more technologically sophisticated. But will the challenges it faces over the coming decades be similar or different? How big does it have to be, and how nimble, armored with what weapons and training to meet what contingencies?
Special Pre-release from the September/October Issue of Foreign Affairs: Vice President Joe Biden on Opportunities for the Next Administration
“We are stronger and more secure today than when President Barack Obama and I took office in January 2009,” writes Vice President Joseph R. Biden, Jr. in a special pre-released essay from the September/October issue of Foreign Affairs, “Building on Success: Opportunities for the Next Administration.”
“After World War II, questions of political and economic integration [between the United Kingdom and continental Europe] displaced questions of military security, but how to share peace and prosperity has proved almost as difficult as how to avoid war,” writes Foreign Affairs Editor Gideon Rose in the introduction to the new anthology, “Beyond Brexit.” After the UK’s referendum vote to leave the European Union, Foreign Affairs has collected over 50
Israel—at least the largely secular and progressive version of Israel that once captured the world’s imagination—is over,” writes Aluf Benn, editor in chief of Israel’s Haaretz newspaper, in Foreign Affairs’ July/August issue. Israel’s leaders “see democracy as synonymous with unchecked majority rule and have no patience for restraints such as judicial review or the protection of minorities.
Following the renewal of diplomatic relations between the United States and Cuba, Foreign Affairs has released a new anthology compiling more than fifty years of essays on life under the Castro regime and U.S. policy toward its Caribbean neighbor. Five seminal pieces highlight the wide range of issues that have long complicated the bilateral relationship:
Though Russia no longer threatens the United States as the Soviet Union did during the Cold War, Moscow’s increasing aggression remains perplexing to outsiders. In the May/June 2016 issue of Foreign Affairs, top experts break down what motivates the Kremlin and its leader, President Vladimir Putin.
In the May/June issue of Foreign Affairs, U.S. Treasury Secretary Jacob J. Lew argues that Washington must resist the temptation of isolationism and instead sustain its role as leader of the global economy.
On the fifth anniversary of the Arab Spring, most of the countries that saw protests and unrest have either returned to authoritarian rule or devolved into intractable violence. However, Middle East experts continue to disagree over whether 2011 marked a negative moment for the region.
March 7, 2016—Foreign Affairs, published by the Council on Foreign Relations, reached a record-high audience in the second half of 2015. The most recent Alliance of Audited Media (AAM) publisher’s statement reports a total circulation of 181,519—a 2 percent increase since the 2014, and a 17 percent increase since 2011 (+26,390).
Globalization isn’t the only reason the world is flat. Since the 2008 financial crisis, the economies of developed and developing countries alike have experienced stubbornly flat growth. But what exactly does stagnation mean for politics, business, and everyday life? Notable experts aim to answer this question in the cover package, “The World Is Flat,” of the March/April issue of Foreign Affairs.
Alphabet CFO Ruth Porat on Averting Slow Growth; How Immigration Spurs Innovation; and Why Google is Still an “Early-Stage” Company
Alphabet, Google’s parent company, surpassed Apple as the world’s most valuable company for the first time earlier this week. Despite the scale of Alphabet’s operations today, it is still in its “early stage” and focused on “getting the next billion users online,” said newly appointed Chief Financial Officer Ruth Porat in a recent interview with Foreign Affairs.
Foreign Affairs and the World Economic Forum Collaborate on The Fourth Industrial Revolution for Davos 2016
January 20, 2016 — Foreign Affairs magazine, in collaboration with the World Economic Forum (WEF) has published a special anthology, The Fourth Industrial Revolution: A Davos Reader, to coincide with the theme of this year’s annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland.
Editorial influence and brand appeal grows with second consecutive nomination for top industry award
NEW YORK, NY—January 15, 2016—Foreign Affairs magazine, the world’s leading forum for serious discussion of global affairs, has received its second consecutive nomination for a National Magazine Award for General Excellence. The 2016 National Magazine Awards, the publishing industry’s highest honor, will be announced by the American Society of Magazine Editors (ASME) on February 1.
“Real incomes and wealth have stagnated for the vast majority of Americans, even as they have skyrocketed for those at the very top,” and this trend has largely been repeated across the developed world, writes Gideon Rose, editor of Foreign Affairs, in his introduction to the new issue’s package of articles on inequality. “These trends are starting to define our era. But what is driving them? What is the significance of the economic inequality that has resulted?
Recent terrorist attacks have put President Obama’s response to the self-proclaimed Islamic State under heightened scrutiny, and a new article in the January/February 2016 issue of Foreign Affairs magazine pulls back the curtain on the decision-making process behind his foreign policy.
In the wake of the terrorist attacks in Paris, renewed pledges to defeat the self-proclaimed Islamic State have intensified. Beyond the debate over airstrikes and ground troops, any viable strategy must address the sheer scale of Islamic States’ digital propaganda and recruiting machine.
Media Advisory: Foreign Affairs LIVE and International Crisis Group Present Reality, Risk and Potential: Managing Today’s Conflicts Forum
Foreign Affairs LIVE and the International Crisis Group present Reality, Risk and Potential: Managing Todays Conflictsat the Council on Foreign Relations on October 26, 2015.