Season’s greetings

Posting is going to be very light for the next two weeks as the staff heads home for the holidays. You can expect some occasional posts when big news breaks. Full-volume posting and the Morning Brief will return in the new year. Thanks to all of you for reading Passport this year. We have some ...

By , a former associate editor at Foreign Policy.
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Posting is going to be very light for the next two weeks as the staff heads home for the holidays. You can expect some occasional posts when big news breaks. Full-volume posting and the Morning Brief will return in the new year.

Thanks to all of you for reading Passport this year. We have some very exciting new features planned for both the main site and the blog in the coming year that we can't wait to share with all of you.

Happy holidays from all of us here at FP.

Posting is going to be very light for the next two weeks as the staff heads home for the holidays. You can expect some occasional posts when big news breaks. Full-volume posting and the Morning Brief will return in the new year.

Thanks to all of you for reading Passport this year. We have some very exciting new features planned for both the main site and the blog in the coming year that we can’t wait to share with all of you.

Happy holidays from all of us here at FP.

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Joshua Keating was an associate editor at Foreign Policy. Twitter: @joshuakeating

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