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Reaching a who’s who of leaders and influentials, Foreign Policy is one of the most credible publishing names in international politics and global affairs.

Foreign Policy delivers the opinion of highly influential corporates, policymakers and professionals to international print and online audiences.

As the noted magazine of global politics, economics and ideas, Foreign Policy is published bimonthly in print and daily online by the Slate Group, a division of the Washington Post Company.

Foreign Policy readers consist of the top leaders across government, corporate and academic sectors. Sixty percent of readers are classified as influential (six times the national norm) and read Foreign Policy to engage with, and stay informed of, world events.

Statistics

Total Circulation
Print Edition (82%)
Digital Edition (18%)
Countries in Count
Average Age

Readers in Key Industries

% Business/Financial
% Government
% Academia
% NGOs/Non-profits

Reports

  • Foreign Policy – Hong Kong Report 2011

    With its vibrant economy, proximity to Mainland China and rule of law, Hong Kong plays a pivotal role within the international business community.
  • Foreign Policy – Japan Higher Education Report 2012

    With our long held shared values and interests, the United States and Japan are close partners in addressing together novel global issues the international community faces: international financial and economic crises, climate change, energy challenges, and so on.
  • Foreign Policy – Singapore 2012

    With its stable economy, political stability, transparency and world-class infrastructure, Singapore has positioned itself as center for excellence within Asia. As a financial centre, regional trading hub and investment destination, Singapore is well positioned to build on its strengths.
  • Foreign Policy – Australia 2012

    With its competitive economy and strong trade links, Australia continues to strengthen its ties with neighbouring Asia Pacific countries while recognising that the US remains its most important economic partner.