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Foreign Affairs

By Council on Foreign Relations

This app is only available on the App Store for iOS devices.


It has never been easier to read Foreign Affairs, the leading publication for serious discussion of international affairs. With our new app, your issues and eBooks are available to read anywhere--at home, at work, or on-the-go.

About the App: 

The Foreign Affairs app delivers digital issues and eBooks optimized for an ideal reading experience on the iPad. It costs nothing to download the app and get instant access to a free excerpt from the best-selling “The World Ahead” issue (Nov/Dec 2010). Current subscribers are entitled to digital access. Subscriptions are also available in the iTunes store. Individual issues and selected Foreign Affairs eBooks are also available for purchase.  

About Foreign Affairs: 

Since 1922, Foreign Affairs has been the leading provider of clear commentary and analysis on global affairs, international business, science and technology, history, and society. In print and online, Foreign Affairs contributors drive the conversation about the most crucial issues in the world today. Authors from across the political spectrum include Roger Altman, Hillary Rodham Clinton, Niall Ferguson, Henry Kissinger, Grover Norquist, Barack Obama, Condoleezza Rice, Mitt Romney, Fareed Zakaria, and more. Now the digital version offers the same intellectual heft that readers have enjoyed for 90 years--without the weight on your shelf, in your backpack, or in your briefcase. 


* Easy-to-navigate layout
* Bookmark tools

* Real-time discussions about every article

* 1-year subscription for $34.95 (your subscription will automatically renew unless you change your status in your Account Settings at least 24 hours before your term ends)

* Individual issues cost $7.95

What's New in Version 1.1

Update to graphics and style.

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Customer Reviews

Horrible app and customer service

This app is a fraction of what it should be. I haven't been able to download the new issue on time for months now and still can't get the most recent one. Moreover, when you're on the app homepage and want to read a featured article, the app makes you log in for each article you read despite already being logged in on the app itself. So, reading eight featured articles require eight individual log-ins. Ridiculous. It's a shame such stellar content is drug down by such poor digital management. It's ironic that they're covering the advancement of technology (the most recent issue is on automation) while simultaneously failing at the most basic automation themselves. Also, I've called them 5 times about this issue and emailed them. No fix yet. Just the same old "yeah, we know there's a problem, we'll fix it" runaround for months now. Horrible customer service.

Useless App and customer service.

Since mid-June 2015 when issue 40 was available for download, it does not recognize my digital subscription. I have e-mailed customer service about my problem three times and I always get an automatic response that they are experiencing "technical problems". No solution so far.
I called customer service yesterday and they have no clue about anything. I have even deleted the app and downloaded it again and the problem became even worse because the prior issues that I had in my library are not available to be downloaded either. I don't think I will renew my subscription when is due in November.

Bad app! Bad customer service!

This app is shameful. It seems to be impossible to login to a current account, even though we have a digital subscription. It asks for the email address for our account, and then it says "this email address is already being used." Yeah, of course it is, I'm not making an account, I'm trying to get login to my account.

And I can't get in touch with customer service to get help. When content providers make it hard to access accounts that are paid for, they push consumers to stealing the product.

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  • Version: 1.1
  • Size: 29.2 MB
  • Language: English
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Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPad.

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