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Foreign Affairs magazine launches with Exact Editions

Foreign Affairs, a leading forum for serious discussion of American foreign policy and global affairs, has partnered with Exact Editions to bring its content to a larger academic audience.

Foreign Affairs magazine launches with Exact Editions
Jonathan Chung: "The Exact Editions digital archive serves as a valuable academic resource."

Since its founding in 1922, Foreign Affairs has been the destination for influential leaders across business, academia and government to share new thinking on global issues, says Exact Editions.

Each bi-monthly issue features insightful commentary on economics, political ideologies, the international order and more, penned by experts in their respective fields. For academics in Economics, International Relations, Political Science and History, Foreign Affairs offers a useful resource for research and course material.

With the print version of the magazine is currently stocked by thousands of libraries around the world, Foreign Affairs will leverage Exact Edition’s digital experience to allow unlimited users to access content at the same time, expanding its utility to students, teachers and researchers. All the text is covered by full-search capabilities and the title can be accessed on any device.

The archive of Foreign Affairs is available in the Exact Editions institutional shop.

Circulation Operations Director Jonathan Chung commented: “The Exact Editions digital archive serves as a valuable academic resource for those studying economics, politics and international affairs in institutions worldwide. These recent issues allow users to chart significant world events and delve into a wealth of viewpoints from leading experts.”

Managing Director of Exact Editions, Daryl Rayner, said: “We are thrilled to have partnered with Foreign Affairs to provide the cross-platform format and extensive search facilities of the Exact Editions platform, so that articles can be effortlessly pinpointed and referenced, ideal for study or research.”