Foreign Affairs partners with international publishers and institutions to distribute the magazine content in translation. The international editions are read by a combined audience of 18,000 readers, expanding the magazine's global impact and diversifying our readership.
Foreign Affairs Latinoamérica (formerly Foreign Affairs en Español) was first launched in December 2000 as a joint project between the Council on Foreign Relations and the Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México (ITAM). It offers an open space to discuss current international issues, focusing on their impact in Latin America, and seeks to reflect both the Latin American perspective of the world and how the region is perceived by other international actors.
Foreign Affairs Latinoamérica includes an equal combination of Spanish translations of new Foreign Affairs articles and original articles commissioned exclusively for the Spanish-speaking market. The publication has a circulation of 8,000 copies and is recognized as an influential new international forum throughout Latin America and Spain.
First launched in 1990, the Japanese version of Foreign Affairs was published by Chuokoron until 1998, when it was taken on by Ronza, the general interest magazine published by Asahi Shimbun. Ronza ceased publication in 2008, but the Japanese edition continued in the form of monthly print publication known as Foreign Affairs Report.
Founded by the Moscow-based Council for Foreign and Defense Policy, the Union of Russian Industrialists and Entrepreneurs, and the Izvestia Publishing House, Russia in Global Affairs is published bimonthly (Russian-language edition) and quarterly (English-language
edition) with the participation of Foreign Affairs. The magazine was launched in November 2002. Total circulation is currently 10,000.
The contributing authors are composed of outstanding Russian and foreign policymakers and experts in government, business and academia.
These include Presidents Aleksander Kwasniewski of Poland and Askar Akayev of Kyrgyzstan, former U.S. Senator Sam Nunn, European Convention member Jacques Santer, Russia's Defense Minister Sergei Ivanov, former Prime Minister Yevgeny Primakov and former Foreign Minister Igor Ivanov, Germany's ex-Chancellor Helmut Schmidt, and leading analysts Alexei Arbatov, Andrei Kokoshin, Vyacheslav Nikonov, Sergei Kapitsa, Georgy Satarov, Vladimir Dvorkin, Graham Allison, Vladislav Inozemtsev, Anatoly Utkin, Leonid Grigoriev and Georgy Mirsky.
The Hellenic Edition of Foreign Affairs, founded in 2010, consists of a Greek-language website and print magazine distributed on a monthly basis. The edition was launched in collaboration with publishing partners ASAP in Athens and Logeka in Cyprus. Loukas Katsonis is the current Editor and Publisher.
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