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World Policy Journal is the flagship publication of the World Policy Institute. For over 30 years, the pages of WPJ have been known for lively, intelligent writing that challenges conventional wisdom on global affairs. The articles and analysis are distinguished by their allergy to dogma, offering strong points of view that transcend the foreign-versus-domestic policy divide, reflecting the Institute's "world" perspective. The editors seek a range of voices from around the world, chosen for the quality of their ideas and analysis, as well as their ability to chronicle the societies and cultures in which they live.
Four times a year, WPJ's articles cover the most pressing issues in global affairs, injecting new ideas into global debates and offering innovative policy recommendations. Essays and reportage consider such issues as geopolitical and economic shifts, global security, regional conflict, political controversy, issues of immigration, exile, and ethnicity, and cultural and social change. Regular features in each issue include a photojournalism portfolio from far-flung corners of the world, a Q&A with a compelling thinker; and illustrations and cartoons from artists across the globe.
WPJ's pages have a reputation for generating high-quality, high-impact books, such as Ahmed Rashid's Jihad, Rajan Menon's End of Alliances, and Brian Steidle's The Devil Came on Horseback, among dozens of books by Institute fellows and WPJ editors.
Among numerous editorial honors, in 2001, WPJ was recognized by the non-partisan Congressional Research Service as the best reading material for Congress on America's global role, having published more of the most influential post-Cold War articles than any other magazine.
World Policy Journal is published in partnership with Duke University Press.
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World Policy Journal 2016 Editorial Board
Seymour Topping, Columbia University (Chairman)
Sulaiman Al-Hattlan, HattPost Media
Eric Alterman, World Policy Institute
Sidney Blumenthal, Author
Ying Chan, The University of Hong Kong
Mark Danner, The New York Review of Books
Kate Doyle, National Security Archive
Naresh Fernandes, Time Out India
David Fromkin, Boston University
John Maxwell Hamilton, Louisiana State University
James F. Hoge Jr., Center for Global Affairs, NYU
Aziz Z.Huq, University of Chicago Law School
Azubuike lshiekwene, Punch Newspaper Group, Nigeria
Peter B. Kaufman, Intelligent Television
Paul Kelly, The Australian
Anne Nelson, Columbia University
Peter Osnos, PublicAffairs Books
Jennifer Ramos, Layola Marymount University
Sherle R. Schwenninger, World Policy Institute
Nancy E. Soderberg, Connect U.S. Fund
Ronald Steel, University of Southern California
Paul Steiger, ProPublica
Angela E. Stent, Georgetown University
Patrick Wajsman, Politique Internationale
Martin Walker, World Policy Institute
Ruth Wedgwood, Johns Hopkins University, SAIS