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Press Room Press Releases Sign up to receive FPs press releases and media advisories today! FPs Media Contact: Dianna PierceMedia PR CoordinatorPhone: (202) 728-7316Mobile: (202) 361-2192E-Mail: email@example.com 1/12/2009 – Brookings Institution and Chatham House Top First Major Ranking of the World’s Think Tanks (Issue #170, January/February 2009) 1/05/2009 – Predictions for 2009 by Five Economists ...
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1/12/2009 – Brookings Institution and Chatham House Top First Major Ranking of the World’s Think Tanks (Issue #170, January/February 2009)
1/05/2009 – Predictions for 2009 by Five Economists Who Got It Right (Issue #170, January/February 2009)
12/08/2008 – The Top 10 Stories You Missed in 2008: Foreign Policy’s Picks for the Year’s Most Overlooked Stories
10/20/2008 – The Dream Team: Who Can Best Guide America’s Next President? Top 10 Thinkers Weigh In (Issue #169, November/December 2008)
9/29/2008 – The Washington Post Company Acquires Foreign Policy
9/24/2008 – Foreign Policy Wins Folio Awards for Editorial Excellence – What America Must Do Wins Best Article; Article on Modern-Day Slavery Takes Second Place; May/June Issue Wins Second Place For Best Full Issue
8/18/2008 – The 2008 Terrorism Index: America’s Foreign-Policy Experts Are More Optimistic About the U.S.’s War on Terror (Issue #168, September/October 2008)
8/20/2008 – Rethinking Bush’s Legacy: History Will Be Kinder to George W. Bush Than Contemporary Caricatures (Issue #168, September/October 2008)
7/14/2008 – The Olympic Myth – Why The Olympics May Do More Harm Than Good (Issue #167, July/August 2008)
6/23/2008 – 2008 Failed States Index – Somalia Ranked Most Unstable Country in the World; Israel Is Now Among the 60 Most Vulnerable States (Issue #167, July/August 2008)
4/22/2008 – Israel at 60 – Six Decades After Its Founding, Israel Is Neither the Vulnerable State Its Supporters Claim, Nor as Callous and Repressive as Its Critics Imagine (Issue #166, May/June 2008)
1/19/2008 – The Next Generation of Terror – Leading Terrorism Expert and Former CIA Officer Says the Next Generation of Jihadists Are Far More Dangerous Than Al-Qaeda (Issue #165, March/April 2008)
1/02/2008 – A World Without Islam? Former CIA Official Says Removing Islam From History Would Not Solve the West’s Problems (January/February 2008)
11/12/2007 – High Oil Prices Are Not Here To Stay, Says Journalist and Author (Nov/Dec 2007)
10/22/2007 – Iraq Is Your Fault, Not George W. Bushs (Issue #163 – Nov/Dec 2007)
08/20/2007 – Why Its Time to Legalize Drugs – A Leading Advocate Makes the Case for Ending the Drug War (Issue # 162 Sept/Oct 2007)
06/26/2007 – Declassified CIA Memo Reveals Iraq Wars Similarities to Vietnam (Issue # 161 July/August 2007)
06/18/2007 – 2007 Failed States Index – Iraq Is Now the Second Most Unstable Country in the World; Sudan Ranked Most Vulnerable to Collapse for Second Straight Year (Issue # 161 July/August 2007)
05/3/2007 – Foreign Policy Wins the Coveted National Magazine Award for General Excellence – Award is FPs Second in Five Years (Issue # 161 July/August 2007)
04/19/2007 – 21 Solutions to Save the World – Experts from Around the World on How to Solve the Planets Problems (Issue # 160 May/June 2007)
03/16/2007 – Foreign Policy Receives Two National Magazine Award Nominations – Magazine Recognized in the General Excellence and Essay Categories (Issue # 160 May/June 2007)
02/20/2007 – Who Won in Iraq? The Top 10 People, Nations, and Ideas that Benefited Most from the War (Issue # 159 March/April 2007)
01/3/2007 – Why Hawks Win – Brain Hard-Wired to Favor Hawkish Beliefs, Says Nobel Prize Winner (Issue # 158 Jan/Feb 2007)
10/31/2006 – The Bomb in the Backyard – How Terrorists Could Build a Nuclear Weapon Inside America (Issue # 157 Nov/Dec 2006)
10/16/2006 – Technological Strength Lifts United States Again in Annual Ranking of Worlds Most Globalized Nations (Issue # 157 Nov/Dec 2006)
08/29/2006 – 9/11: The Day Nothing Much Changed – Why the World Looks Much Like It Did Before the Towers Fell (Issue # 156 Sept/Oct 2006)
06/21/2006 – The War over Israels Influence – Authors of Controversial Paper on the Israel Lobby Debate Their Critics for the First Time (Issue # 155 July/August 2006)
06/14/2006 – The Foreign Policy/Center for American Progress Terrorism Index – Bipartisan Experts Agree that U.S. Is not Winning the War on Terror (Issue # 155 July/August 2006)
05/2/2006 – 2006 Failed States Index – Sudan is the worlds most unstable country; Iraq and Afghanistan decline amid on-going violence (Issue # 154 May/June 2006)
04/26/2006 – Thomas Friedman: The First Law of Petropolitics – Why High Oil Prices and Freedom Dont Mix (Issue # 154 May/June 2006)
03/16/2006 – Foreign Policy Receives National Magazine Award Nomination for General Excellence – Magazine Receives Third Nomination in Four Years for Industrys Highest Prize (Issue # 154 May/June 2006)
02/23/2006 – The Return of Patriarchy – How a Conservative Baby Boom is Reshaping America and the World (Issue # 153 March/April 2006)
01/4/2006 – Hugo Chvez: Dictator for a Democratic Age – Why the Venezuelan Strong Man is the Model for the Modern Autocrat (Issue # 152 Jan/Feb 2006)
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