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FOREIGN AFFAIRS CONTINUES TO EVOLVE WITH A STRIKING REDESIGN OF FOREIGNAFFAIRS.COM

Foreign Affairs, the flagship magazine of the Council on Foreign Relations, has relaunched its website,ForeignAffairs.com, with a powerful new design to showcase its daily content, multimedia features, and rich archive.
Foreign Affairs will continue to feature unparalleled analysis from the world’s leading authorities on international security, diplomacy, politics, economics, trade, development, human rights, and science and technology.
The new site offers
a clean, intuitive, visual design that presents all Foreign Affairscontent and is seamlessly adaptable to multiple platforms, from computer to tablet to smart phone;
new and enhanced editorial features such as This Day in History (highlights from Foreign Affairs archives), Recommended Reading (curated selections from top publications around the world); expert polls and reading lists, compelling interactive content such as timelines, maps, and infographics, and expanded multimedia offerings including audio, video, photo galleries;
new tools to easily share content, lists of trending topics, easy access to a vast archive of more than ninety years of articles, and more features to come; and
advertising enhancements to include new display formats, video sponsorship, customizable branded content, and information on and live streams of Foreign Affairs’ rapidly growing events and conferences.
“With this new site, Foreign Affairs now has a wonderful digital home fit for all its wonderful content. We look forward to having everybody come over and get acquainted,” said Editor Gideon Rose.
ForeignAffairs.com republishes all articles from the bimonthly print magazine, plus four times as many original web-only pieces. In March, the site drew nearly 1.5 million total visits from more than 1 million unique visitors. Over the past year, the site has averaged 33 percent year-over-year growth in visits, and 43 percent year-over-year growth in unique visitors.
The magazine also boasts a strong presence on social media, with more than one million Facebook fans and over four hundred thousand Twitter followers. Plus, its collection of regular newsletters and editorial anthologies offers the magazine’s readership even more content.
"It is ever more incumbent upon us to improve our digital experience as our international audience grows," said the magazine’s publisher, Lynda Hammes. "This site gets us closer to our goal to be a destination for a global audience to come for trusted insights about the world's most pressing issues," she added.
 
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Foreign Affairs, published by the Council on Foreign Relations since 1922, is an independent magazine of analysis and commentary on foreign policy and international affairs. In recent biannual surveys, Foreign Affairs has been ranked among the top ten most influential media outlets by the independent research firm Erdos & Morgan.
Foreign Affairs will continue to feature unparalleled analysis from the world’s leading authorities on international security, diplomacy, politics, economics, trade, development, human rights, and science and technology.
The new site offers
a clean, intuitive, visual design that presents all Foreign Affairscontent and is seamlessly adaptable to multiple platforms, from computer to tablet to smart phone;
new and enhanced editorial features such as This Day in History (highlights from Foreign Affairs archives), Recommended Reading (curated selections from top publications around the world); expert polls and reading lists, compelling interactive content such as timelines, maps, and infographics, and expanded multimedia offerings including audio, video, photo galleries;
new tools to easily share content, lists of trending topics, easy access to a vast archive of more than ninety years of articles, and more features to come; and
advertising enhancements to include new display formats, video sponsorship, customizable branded content, and information on and live streams of Foreign Affairs’ rapidly growing events and conferences.
“With this new site, Foreign Affairs now has a wonderful digital home fit for all its wonderful content. We look forward to having everybody come over and get acquainted,” said Editor Gideon Rose.
ForeignAffairs.com republishes all articles from the bimonthly print magazine, plus four times as many original web-only pieces. In March, the site drew nearly 1.5 million total visits from more than 1 million unique visitors. Over the past year, the site has averaged 33 percent year-over-year growth in visits, and 43 percent year-over-year growth in unique visitors.
The magazine also boasts a strong presence on social media, with more than one million Facebook fans and over four hundred thousand Twitter followers. Plus, its collection of regular newsletters and editorial anthologies offers the magazine’s readership even more content.
"It is ever more incumbent upon us to improve our digital experience as our international audience grows," said the magazine’s publisher, Lynda Hammes. "This site gets us closer to our goal to be a destination for a global audience to come for trusted insights about the world's most pressing issues," she added.
 
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Foreign Affairs, published by the Council on Foreign Relations since 1922, is an independent magazine of analysis and commentary on foreign policy and international affairs. In recent biannual surveys, Foreign Affairs has been ranked among the top ten most influential media outlets by the independent research firm Erdos & Morgan.
 
Date: 
Friday, May 1, 2015