FP earns fifth straight National Magazine Award nomination

We are absolutely thrilled to announce that Foreign Policy has been nominated for a National Magazine Award for General Excellence by the American Society of Magazine Editors. This is the fifth straight year we’ve been nominated. The winner will be announced in New York on April 30 and as always, the competition is tough. The ...

We are absolutely thrilled to announce that Foreign Policy has been nominated for a National Magazine Award for General Excellence by the American Society of Magazine Editors. This is the fifth straight year we've been nominated.

The winner will be announced in New York on April 30 and as always, the competition is tough. The other nominated magazines in our category are Los Angeles Magazine, Mother Jones (last year's winner), Paste, and Time Out New York. Congratulations to all of them as well.

It's been quite a year here at FP and we're deeply honored to have been recognized by ASME once again. Thanks, as always, to all of you for making all the work that goes into both the print magazine and the Website worthwile. Wish us luck!

We are absolutely thrilled to announce that Foreign Policy has been nominated for a National Magazine Award for General Excellence by the American Society of Magazine Editors. This is the fifth straight year we’ve been nominated.

The winner will be announced in New York on April 30 and as always, the competition is tough. The other nominated magazines in our category are Los Angeles Magazine, Mother Jones (last year’s winner), Paste, and Time Out New York. Congratulations to all of them as well.

It’s been quite a year here at FP and we’re deeply honored to have been recognized by ASME once again. Thanks, as always, to all of you for making all the work that goes into both the print magazine and the Website worthwile. Wish us luck!

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

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