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Foreign Policy offers:

- A marketing opportunity to communicate with an influential segment of Americans actively involved in global politics and the global marketplace.

- An ideal outlet for foreign companies to receive important market exposure and establish corporate presence.

- A platform for emerging international companies to move into the north American market.

Formerly owned by the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Foreign Policy (FP) is now part of the prestigious Washington Post Company as of October 2008.

With more than 40 years of publication, readers have voted the news coverage in (FP) as the MOST CREDIBLE* and fourth MOST CURRENT* compared to a group of other highly influential media. FP, whose paid circulation has risen 9% since 2008, has been applauded for its original, clear, concise, and reflective approach to reporting.

* Erdos & Morgan Opinion Leaders Survey, 2009


  Online Readers: 1,000,000 / month
  Page Views: 5,000,000 / month
  Daily Email Alert: 300,000 opt-in Subscribers
  Print Circulation: 108,479
  Print readership: 206,776

Foreign Policy is an established magazine and three-time winner of the National Magazine Award for "General Excellence" (in 2003, 2007 and 2009). With 80% online exclusive content that is read by nearly 1,000,000 unique readers. 105,737 additional copies are read across North America by over 200,000 people, 8,427 of which are influential leaders on Capitol Hill and the White House.

Online viewers and main competitors have voted Foreign Policy's global news coverage as the most credible and ranks fourth most current (Erdos & Morgan Opinion Leaders Survey, 08-09). In 2009 the online traffic doubled and page views quintupled, with over 300,000 opt-in subscribers to the daily Moring alert "FP Morning Brief"

While 42% of visitors are "Influential", 60% of print readers are defined as such (Roper in the March 2009 intercept study and November 2009 reader survey) as the Foreign Policy readership comprises important figureheads on Capitol hill, in the White House (President Barack Obama is amongst its readers) at the Department of Defence, and the Department of State.