World Politics Review Named Top 5 International News Site by Real Clear Politics

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World Politics Review was recently named by Real Clear Politics as one of the Top 5 International News Sites.

This further confirms what we have always believed at WPR - that non-partisan news, analysis and commentary on international affairs can not only survive, but flourish, in the new economy.

World Politics Review (http://www.worldpoliticsreview.com), an online source of non-partisan news, analysis and opinion on world politics and foreign policy, has recently been named as one of the Top 5 International News Sites (http://www.realclearworld.com/lists/intl_news_sites/world_politics_review.html) by Real Clear Politics, a highly-regarded news aggregation site.

Noting that World Politics Review, "...stands out from the Internet pack as a useful resource for scholars, students and world media consumers alike," World Politics Review was joined in the Top 5 by esteemed publications the Japan Times, Al Jazeera, the China Post, and Der Spiegel.

"As fans of Real Clear Politics, we are truly honored to be recognized by them as a top international news, analysis and opinion provider," says Hampton Stephens, WPR founder and publisher. "This further confirms what we have always believed at WPR - that non-partisan news, analysis and commentary on international affairs can not only survive, but flourish, in the new economy."

World Politics Review (http://www.worldpoliticsreview.com) offers daily news and analysis, expert opinion and news aggregation on world politics and foreign policy. A new WPR subscription-based policy journal is expected by February 2009, and will be fully available on the website.

World Politics Review is an independent, nonpartisan organization based in Washington, D.C.

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