Foreign Affairs

Foreign Affairs

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by Council on Foreign Relations
     
 

Current Issue: May and June, 2016

In his last issue as editor of Foreign Affairs, James F. Hoge Jr. brings together influential policymakers and thought leaders to share their view of the world ahead. The articles explore the role of the United States, the changing balances of power, pivotal powers, and the urgency of planetary issues and trends. Authoritative articles present startling conclusions…  See more details below

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In his last issue as editor of Foreign Affairs, James F. Hoge Jr. brings together influential policymakers and thought leaders to share their view of the world ahead. The articles explore the role of the United States, the changing balances of power, pivotal powers, and the urgency of planetary issues and trends. Authoritative articles present startling conclusions on the impact of resurgent religions, transforming technologies, demographic implosions, food shortages, energy competitions and educational rivalries. This expanded issue also includes suggestions for readings on the world ahead recommended by an all-star collection of specially invited experts. Contributors include Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Google CEO Eric Schmidt, historian Niall Ferguson, former Deputy Treasury Secretary Roger Altman, foreign policy expert Richard Haass and many more.

Product Details

Publisher:
Council on Foreign Relations
# of issues/year:
6
Delivered:
Bi-monthly
Current Issue:
May and June, 2016
Format:
NOOK Magazine
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