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Foreign Affairs magazine

Foreign Affairs Magazine Information

  • Frequency:Bi-Monthly
  • Current Issue:Issue 11 (3 in stock)
  • Next Issue:Issue 01, due 10 January 2019
  • Barcode:9770015712090
  • ISSN:00157120
  • Related Topics: Business magazines
  • Issues per Year6

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Foreign Affairs Magazine was a first step toward uniting political venues across the globe. Buy a single copy or subscription to Foreign Affairs magazine.

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This unification project has again stalled due to European leaders trying to move to a unified monetary system. Now Europe faces a bigger unresolved debt crisis and the movement toward political unification has stalled. 

It is the nonpartisan magazine published by the Council on Foreign Relations and is a must have magazine for anyone who wants to know the global issues and impacts. Contributors are decision makers at the highest levels and include past and current diplomats, senior Pentagon officials and high ranking Cabinet officials.

This magazine’s duty is to deliver clear analyses by experts in the field of foreign diplomacy.

Given the political climate in America currently, the article on who are Hispanic Americans and how they will vote is of particular importance.

This article is geared toward the U.S.’s immigration policies and how the current administration made a significant change in policy that transformed this voter bloc into an ethnic bloc. There is no answer only opinions and suggestion given by those who know have firsthand knowledge of the Latino communities in the United States.

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