For a while now, we’ve been working hard to design a fresh and improved website, and it’s finally ready. The new incarnation of ForeignAffairs.com is beautiful, functional, and easy to use, incorporating a range of innovative features and digital best practices across the board. Here’s our recipe for the ultimate intellectual cocktail:
- Start with the look: a clean, crisp, image-friendly design, one that showcases all of our content to its best advantage. Intuitive and easy to use, it automatically and seamlessly adapts itself to whatever screen you’re viewing it on, from computer to tablet to phone.
- Add some cool new functions: tools for easy sharing, lists of trending topics, quick access to over 90 years of articles, and soon an array of personalized features including highlighting and bookmarking and the ability to make your own collections of Foreign Affairs content.
- Layer on some exciting new editorial features: This Day in History (highlights from our archives); Recommended Reading (curated selections from top publications around the globe); expert polls and reading lists; exciting interactive content such as timelines, maps, and infographics; expanded multimedia offerings including audio, video, photo galleries; and more.
- Fill with our unique editorial mix: the world’s top authorities, writing on the world’s most important issues, making clear, strong arguments in plain English. A steady stream of unparalleled coverage of security, diplomacy, politics, economics, trade, development, human rights, and science and technology—everything in the public sphere, everywhere in the world.
And voilà—the read of your life. The new ForeignAffairs.com brings you everything that runs in our flagship print magazine, plus four times as many original web-only pieces of equal quality, including news analysis, policy wonkery, foreign reportage, human interest stories, book reviews, and intellectual commentary. Everything you need to stay on top of things, even as they’re changing faster than ever before.
Our goal is simple: to make ForeignAffairs.com the place where the world comes to debate and discuss the world’s problems. Join the conversation—you won’t believe what you’ve been missing!
For new or repeat visitors, here are some tips to help you navigate the new ForeignAffairs.com.
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- Log in at www.foreignaffairs.com/login
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