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Start Date 1922-00-00
Notes Foreign Affairs From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigationJump to search This article is about the magazine. For other uses, see Foreign affairs (disambiguation). Foreign Affairs Foreign Affairs Logo.svg Foreign Affairs Nov Dec 2016.jpg Cover of the November/December 2016 issue of Foreign Affairs Editor Gideon Rose Categories Political science, foreign affairs, and economics Frequency Bimonthly Circulation 195,016 Publisher Council on Foreign Relations Year founded 1922; 98 years ago Country United States Language English Website foreignaffairs.com ISSN 0015-7120 Foreign Affairs is an American magazine of international relations and U.S. foreign policy published by the Council on Foreign Relations, a nonprofit, nonpartisan, membership organization and think tank specializing in U.S. foreign policy and international affairs.[1] Founded in 1922, the print magazine is currently published every two months, while the website publishes articles daily and anthologies every other month. Foreign Affairs is considered one of the United States' most influential foreign policy magazines. Over its long history, the magazine has published a number of seminal articles including George Kennan's "X Article", published in 1947, and Samuel P. Huntington's "The Clash of Civilizations," published in 1993.[2][3] Important academics, public officials, and policy leaders regularly appear in the magazine's pages. Recent Foreign Affairs authors include Robert O. Keohane, Hillary Clinton, Donald H. Rumsfeld, Ashton Carter, Colin L. Powell, Francis Fukuyama, David Petraeus, Zbigniew Brzezinski, John J. Mearsheimer, Stanley McChrystal, Christopher R. Hill and Joseph Nye.[4]