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Foreign Affairs Magazine

Foreign Affairs, published by the nonpartisan Council on Foreign Relations, is a must read for anyone who wants to keep abreast of issues with global impact. The magazine's contributors include decision-makers at the nation's highest levels: past and current diplomats, senior Pentagon officials and Cabinet officers who know world events and write with insider knowledge. Whether exploring the puzzle of the Hamas political agenda, the rise of China as an economic powerhouse or the history of U.S. nuclear primacy, Foreign Affairs delivers clear, forceful analyses by the most respected experts in their fields. These heavyweights will add credibility to any opinion page or public-affairs section.

Available: International, U.S. & Canada

Global Events in Context

This highly topical feature from veteran British journalist David Keys helps readers understand the historical background behind the most significant current events, including major international crises. Readers get a fascinating, accessible, compact look at the factors that underpin the major news of the day, whether it’s the history behind the Greek economic meltdown, the plundering of the Amazon rainforest or the growing power of the Mexican drug cartels.

Keys, who has worked for the BBC, The Guardian and The Independent, does exhaustive research to provide critical pieces of information that readers probably hadn’t been aware of before. Accurate, objective and comprehensive, Global Events in Context is the only series of its kind.

Available: International, U.S. & Canada

Global Viewpoint Network

Read by more than 35 million people each week, the Global Viewpoint Network delivers commentary by and interviews with some of the world's most prominent political and intellectual leaders. Issues range from abstract philosophies, such as the power paradigm, to concrete ideas about the international arms control treaty. Contributors have included: the current U.S. President Barack Obama, French President Nicolas Sarkozy, Celso Amorim, Noam Chomsky, Bill Clinton, Kingsley Chiedu Moghalu, Xiao Qiang, Shimon Peres, Donald Rumsfeld and Elie Wiesel. Select content from The WorldPost, a digital publication stemming from a partnership between the Huffington Post and the Berggruen Institute on Governance, will be available as part of the Global Viewpoint Network. Also available in Spanish.

Available: International, U.S. & Canada

Henry Kissinger

Kissinger, one of the world's most influential commentators, draws from his experience as both a U.S. secretary of state and a national security adviser to deliver unparalleled insight into international policy developments, diplomatic challenges and the historical backdrop to current events. His column shows readers the context of today's events and how they will affect the future. Also available in Spanish.

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Ian Bremmer

Bremmer is president of Eurasia Group, a global political risk consultancy that studies political trends throughout emerging Europe and Eurasia, the Middle East, Africa, Latin America and Asia. Bremmer has worked with heads of state and prime ministers (as well as opposition leaders) throughout the world. His analyses of current events, and what they hold for future trends, are widely respected for their objectivity.

Available: International, U.S. & Canada

Nobel Laureates Plus

This exclusive club of Nobel Prize winners provides sophisticated and compassionate commentary about events on the world stage. Now the package has been expanded to include scientific and intellectual leaders and innovators on the cutting edge of the frontier. The list includes Mikhail Gorbachev, Amartya Sen, Mario Soares, Abdolkarim Soroush, Wole Soyinka, Joseph E. Stiglitz and Ahmed Zewail among others. Also available in Spanish.

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Paul Kennedy

Kennedy is a Yale University historian and an expert in military strategy. His column examines how leaders can best manage world affairs, diplomacy and international relations. Readers will learn the historical significance of current global trends. Also available in Spanish.

Available: International, U.S. & Canada

The Diplomat

The Diplomat is the premier international current-affairs magazine for the Asia-Pacific region. Since its launch in 2002, it has been dedicated to quality analysis and commentary on events occurring in Asia and around the world, provided by some of the leading journalists and specialists from across the region. The Diplomat provides expert coverage on:

  • Geo-political trends throughout the Asia-Pacific region
  • Defense and intelligence
  • Environment, human security and development
  • Arts, social trends and popular culture
  • Articles not available in Great Britain

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The Oppenheimer Report

Oppenheimer writes about Latin American policy and economic issues, including drug trafficking, free trade and immigration. He infuses each column with the local flavor of the country he is writing from, be it Mexico, Argentina or the United States. Oppenheimer is a regular political analyst on world affairs with "CNN en Español." Also available in Spanish.

Available: International, U.S. & Canada

Victor Davis Hanson

An insightful historian and provocative social critic, Hanson puts international affairs and current events into a historical and a social context. He explains today's turbulent times and asks important questions about East/West issues, military strategy and immigration and academia. Hanson is a recipient of the Eric Breindel Award for Excellence in Journalism.

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