AllAfrica Global Media is a multi-media content service provider, systems technology developer and the largest electronic distributor of African news and information worldwide. Registered in Mauritius, with offices in Johannesburg, Dakar, Lagos and Washington, D.C., AllAfrica is one of a family of companies that aggregate, produce and distribute news from across Africa to tens of millions of end users. allAfrica.com posts over 800 stories daily in English and French and offers a diversity of multi-lingual streaming programming as well as over 900,000 articles in a searchable archive (which includes the archive of Africa News Service dating from 1997).
American Diplomacy publishes thoughtful articles on international issues, to support efforts to strengthen the American Foreign Service, and to promote understanding of the challenges of diplomatic life abroad through the memoirs of U.S. Foreign Service personnel and their families. Among their contributors are American diplomats, both active and retired, as well as distinguished academicians. The online journal is published in cooperation with the University of North Carolina's Curriculum in Peace, War and Defense and the Triangle Institute for Security Studies.
Americas Quarterly is the only magazine dedicated to policy analysis and debate of economics, finance, social development, and politics in the Western Hemisphere. Launched in 2007, AQ has gained a reputation as a balanced, authoritative, and accessible journal that responds to issues facing the region and brings a diverse set of key players to the table. The editorial mission is to engage a new generation of political, economic and social leaders in a discussion of future policy alternatives and to provide a forum for the exchange of ideas.
Magazine of the Arms Control Association.
European and young, café babel is the webzine that breaks the cycle of political correctness, that revolutionises the newspaper, that fuses ideas. A network of national editorial teams ensures an innovative end product in four languages: café babel is a melting-pot of ideas. A continuous flow of commentary and opinions from all the European press. Almost as if there were just one. And what's more, the café babel dossiers. Writers of different tongues and cultures comment on the same themes, but start from different viewpoints.
An Internet-only daily published in Prague by European Internet Network. EIN also produces Russia Today and similar sites for Czech, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Yugoslavia, and China.
Columbia International Affairs Online (CIAO) is the most comprehensive source for theory and research in international affairs. It publishes a wide range of scholarship that includes working papers from university research institutes, occasional papers series from NGOs, foundation-funded research projects, proceedings from conferences, books, journals and policy briefs. CIAO is also widely-recognized source for teaching materials including original case studies, course packs for history and political science classes, and special features like the analysis of a bin Laden recruitment tape with video. CIAO was developed as a collaborative effort between the Columbia University libraries and Columbia University Press with a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
The oldest United States publication devoted exclusively to world affairs, Current History was founded by The New York Times in 1914 in order to provide detailed coverage of what was then known as the Great War. As a privately owned publication, Current History has continued its long tradition of groundbreaking reportage, providing a forum for leading specialists to analyze our changing world. As witness and chronicle, Current History's pages have reflected the main themes of American history: from the isolationist peace of the 1920s to the upheavals of World War II...the Cold War to the New World Order. Current History's only obligation is to its readers. It has no affiliation with any institution, political organization, or government body. As such, it enjoys an independence and objectivity that few other journals can share.
Current Intelligence is a quarterly bulletin featuring original essays on the issues of the day. It takes as its remit observation and analysis of current affairs, focusing on politics, society, business and the environment, especially of Africa, Asia and the Middle East. Each issue provides the space for specialists to communicate the results of ongoing research. They have included new, established and critically-acclaimed scholars, including Faisal Devji, Stephen D.K. Ellis, Anatol Lieven, Jon Western and others.
The current affairs magazine The Diplomat: Australia's Window on the World provides analysis and commentary on diplomacy and foreign policy; international relations; global trade, business and financial market developments; defense and security; and the environment, human rights, aid and development.
The Earth Times is an independent, international, nonpartisan newspaper on the environment and sustainable development, and such interrelated concerns of the international system as population, conflict-resolution, governance, human-rights, trade, and women's and children's rights. Published by the not-for-profit Earth Times Foundation, the newspaper specifically explores the subject of change—how individuals and institutions work in their own societies to tackle their challenges and generate positive change in social and economic conditions.
The semiannual journal of the Carnegie Council on Ethics and International Affairs, Ethics & International Affairs is an interdisciplinary resource for scholars, students, and policy analysts concerned with the moral dimensions of global issues.
Foreign Affairs has been published since 1922 by the Council on Foreign Relations, a nonprofit, nonpartisan research and national membership organization dedicated to promoting improved understanding of international affairs and to contributing ideas to U.S. foreign policy.
Widely regarded as one of the most influential international affairs journals in the world, Foreign Policy was launched in 1970 to encourage fresh and more vigorous debate on the vital issues confronting U.S. foreign policy. The journal, which is published by the nonprofit, Washington, D.C.-based Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, has been a forum for in-depth discussion of issues and events and a source of new ideas and new approaches.
Publishing in print and online, in partnership with the Glendon School of Public and International Affairs at Toronto’s York University, Global Brief targets a global readership with the works of top and up-and-coming global writers dealing with world affairs writ large—international politics, business, culture, movements and trends. It seeks to analyze and explain the world in all its bald complexities, to anticipate different 'strategic futures,' and to reflect—with policy relevance and nuance—on ways to address these complexities.
The Globalist's focus is on exploring the human dimensions of globalization--as reflected in original stories and commissioned features that highlight the underreported, the overlooked and the unexpected developments shaping our daily lives. Through a combination of first-rate storytelling, humor and cutting-edge analysis, our aim is to engage a much larger share of the public in a debate over the key issues of the emerging global community. We look at these issues from the ground up—not from the top down.
A quarterly journal of international relations published by the Harvard International Relations Council, Inc. The HIR offers incisive commentary on global developments in business, science, technology, and politics. The print edition features interviews, essays, and book reviews on a diverse range of topics, plus regular coverage of significant global and regional issues. Plus, each edition offers an in-depth look at a critical international issue. The web site offers searchable archives, easy access to back issues, unique content published between print issues, and a complete article directory.
Since 1952, the Journal of the David Davies Memorial Institute of International Studies. A non-profit interdisiplinary institute dedicated to the promotion of the study of international relations.
International Relations of the Asia-Pacific addresses the major issues and developments taking place in the Asia-Pacific, ranging from China's accession to the WTO; America's antiterrorist war and regional power reconfiguration; the poverty of institutions and the challenge of regional governance; Japan's belated entry into regional politics; Asian NGOs Crossing Borders; China's increasing economic importance; deepening globalization; and changing national identities.
The official publication of the International Committee of the Red Cross. It is a forum for reflection and comment and serves as a reference work on the mission and guiding principles of the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement. It is also a specialized journal in the field of international humanitarian law and other aspects of humanitarian endeavour. As a chronicle of the international activities of the Movement and a record of events, the Review is a constant source of information and maintains a link between the components of the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement. [Annual reports are also available at this URL.]
IP Journal is the magazine of the German Council on Foreign Relations in Berlin. It features a selection of articles, essays, and op-ed pieces on topical issues in foreign affairs. It also presents European documents, book reviews, and a survey of articles from European foriegn policy magazines.
The Journal of International Affairs is a leading foreign affairs periodical published bi-annually by students at the School of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University. The Journal has earned worldwide renown for its unique, single-topic format and for framing heated debates in international affairs for over fifty years. It enjoys a readership in more than eighty countries.
The Journal of International Security Affairs is the flagship publication of the Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs (JINSA). JINSA is a non-profit, non-partisan educational organization based in Washington, D.C. It is dedicated to explaining the need for a prudent national security policy for the United States, addressing the security requirements of both the United States and the State of Israel, and strengthening the strategic cooperation relationship between these two great democracies.
A monthly newspaper in French, with news and views on international trends. Italian and German translations are also available.
The only international journal that features articles, viewpoints, chronologies, and interviews on a variety of nonproliferation problems, including the spread of nuclear, missile, chemical, biological, and advanced conventional technologies. Recent issues have examined particular countries, regimes, treaties, and technologies, as well as conceptual and policy issues. Every issue of the Review also offers comprehensive coverage of international nuclear and missile trade and developments from the Center for Nonproliferation Studies' databases.
Political Science Quarterly was launched in 1886 by Columbia University Professor John W. Burgess, the Academy’s first president, with the active involvement of New York publisher George A. Plimpton. Published continuously since that year, PSQ has been the most widely read and accessible scholarly journal on government, politics, and public policy. Broad in its subject matter and dedicated to objective analysis based on evidence, PSQ examines both domestic and international issues. It has no ideological or methodological slant and is edited to be accessible not only to scholars but also to general readers who have a serious interest in public and foreign affairs.
The overall aim of the Science and Development Network (SciDev.Net) is to enhance the provision of reliable and authoritative information on science- and technology-related issues that impact on the economic and social development of developing countries. Their goal is to ensure that both individuals and organisations in the developing world are better placed to make informed decisions on these issues. They seek to achieve this objective primarily through running a free-access website, but also by building regional networks of individuals and institutions who share their goals, and by organizing capacity-building workshops and other events in the developing world.
Science & Diplomacy provides a forum for rigorous thought, analysis, and insight to serve stakeholders who develop, implement, or teach all aspects of science and diplomacy. The online quarterly features a mix of original perspectives and research articles by science and diplomacy practitioners and thinkers from U.S. and international perspectives in areas of science for diplomacy; science in diplomacy; and diplomacy for science. Science & Diplomacy is published by the Center for Science Diplomacy of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), the world's largest general scientific society.
American quarterly of Russian, Eurasian, and East European studies, the membership journal of the Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies.
TOL continues the tradition of the Open Media Research Institute's (OMRI) Transitions magazine, covering the politics, events, and developmental issues affecting the 28 countries that resulted from the fall of communism and the breakups of the early 1990s. Founded as a Czech nonprofit organization in April 1999, TOL has continued that heritage in new and innovative ways, increasing the timeliness, amount, reach, and area of coverage, and adding a network of correspondents that stretches across the region. TOL has the energy of a young Internet project, but with the solidity, knowledge, and confidence of a media tradition dating back a decade of transition.
U.S. in the World supports the work of advocates of pragmatic, principled, effective, and collaborative U.S. engagement in the world. It draws on the latest communications research and the insights of experts to outline convincing facts and arguments, and offer effective ways to put them across to non-expert American audiences. The Guide flows from a straightforward core vision: an informed, empowered citizenry is needed to encourage policymakers to support the sustained investment, involvement and leadership needed from the United States to tackle 21st-century challenges effectively. Advocates and experts alike need reliable, cutting-edge advice on how to communicate those ideas to citizens.Published by the Rockefeller Brothers Fund and The Aspen Institute. In print or free download.
The Washington Quarterly is a journal of international affairs, analyzing global strategic changes and their public policy implications. It addresses such topics as the United States' role in the world, the emerging of great powers, missile defense and weapons of mass destruction, the implications of global political change, global perspectives to reduce terrorism and indentify its root causes, regional issues and flashpoints, and views from the U.S. Congress. Contributors are drawn from the United States and overseas and reflect diverse political, regional, and professional perspectives. Essays are authoritative yet written for the international affairs generalist.
Since 1976, the Wilson Quarterly has provided a nonpartisan and nonideological window on the world of ideas. By presenting the best writing and thinking of academics, specialists, and others to a broad audience, it aims to overcome the specialization and information overload that prevent the public from following developments in significant realms of knowledge. The magazine ranges over many subject areas but always with an eye to public questions: issues in politics and policy, culture, religion, science, and other fields that bear upon our public life.
World Politics is an internationally renowned quarterly journal of political science published by Johns Hopkins University Press and produced under the editorial sponsorship of the Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies. Open to contributions by all scholars, the journal publishes analytical/theoretical articles, review articles, and research notes in international relations, comparative politics, political theory, foreign policy, and modernization. It does not publish strictly historical material, articles on current affairs, policy pieces, or narratives of a journalistic nature.
A fortnightly in-depth briefing on upcoming trade issues, disputes and negotiations. Based in Geneva, home of the World Trade Organization and many other international institutions whose activities affect global commerce and investment. World Trade Agenda is the place to find full, in-depth briefing on every subject to be discussed in World Trade Policies.