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The bimonthly Foreign Affairs magazine is widely considered to be the most influential magazine for the analysis and debate of foreign policy and economics. The website, www.ForeignAffairs.com, publishes original daily features and hosts the complete archive going back to 1922.
CFR's website is a trusted, nonpartisan source of timely analysis and context on international events and trends: www.cfr.org. Its editorial team publishes backgrounders, interviews, and a variety of multimedia offerings including the Emmy-winning Crisis Guide series: http://www.cfr.org/interactives
Access to CFR's high-level discussions—with world leaders, U.S. government officials, CEOs, policy analysts, and others—is available through select videos, audio recordings, and unedited transcripts: http://www.cfr.org/publication/eventvideo.html
Independent Task Forces work to reach consensus on how to deal with critical foreign policy challenges: http://www.cfr.org/publication/by_type/task_force_report.html
CFR offers fifteen blogs on a range of issues and regions: www.cfr.org/blogs
The Daily News Brief is an email roundup of global news developments from CFR.org's editors, including analysis by CFR scholars.
The World This Week is a concise summary of news and events from inside CFR and around the world. View all of CFR's enewsletters at: