Leading Foreign Affairs Journal Revamps Daily Online Publication In Support of Soon-To-Be Launched Policy Journal

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World Politics Review has enhanced its daily online publication with original news, analysis and opinion briefings, recurring expert commentary, enhanced audio and video, news aggregation and premium, in-depth analysis. The revisions are in conjunction with the February 2009 launch of its policy journal.

We are a hybrid of traditional publications, thus offering something for everyone

World Politics Review, a top, well-respected source of non-partisan news, analysis and opinion on world politics and foreign policy, has launched a new and improved website in conjunction with the introduction of its much-anticipated policy journal.

The new site at http://www.worldpoliticsreview.com offers daily news and analysis, expert commentary and news aggregation on foreign policy, national security and international affairs.

"We are a hybrid of traditional publications, thus offering something for everyone," company founder Hampton Stephens said of WPR. "Our daily original news, analysis and opinion briefings provide both timely assessments of the most pressing issues and deep context and insight. Our blog, audio, video and aggregation of news and opinion means we deliver our audience the information they must have regardless of format and source. Finally, our policy journal will look deeply into today's challenges and provide robust analysis of the issues of tomorrow."

The subscription-based journal, expected by February 2009, will be fully available on the website.

World Politics Review readership has grown rapidly since its inception in June 2006. Contributors to World Politics Review are based around the globe, and consist of experienced journalists, scholars, experts and foreign policy practitioners.

World Politics Review seeks to cover the entire world, not just what's in the headlines on any given day. As such, WPR often addresses future conflicts and crises before they grab the attention of the American media. World Politics Review is an independent, nonpartisan organization based in Washington, D.C.


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