FP Global News: The aggregator you’ve been waiting for

You may have noticed that the Morning Brief looked a little bit different today. Don’t be alarmed. It’s all part of ForeignPolicy.com’s latest expansion. Our new Global News page, a custom-tailored news aggregator for FP readers, is now up and running. In addition to the slightly-tweaked Morning Brief, which will still be available here on ...

By , a former associate editor at Foreign Policy.
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You may have noticed that the Morning Brief looked a little bit different today. Don't be alarmed. It's all part of ForeignPolicy.com's latest expansion.

Our new Global News page, a custom-tailored news aggregator for FP readers, is now up and running. In addition to the slightly-tweaked Morning Brief, which will still be available here on Passport as well as by e-mail, you'll find the world's biggest stories as selected by FP's editors, the Web's best international news RSS feeds, and the latest content from throughout our site. It's a brand new way to get the latest news that we think loyal FP readers -- and hopefully some new ones -- will really enjoy.

We hope to do a lot more with this and as always, we welcome your feedback.

You may have noticed that the Morning Brief looked a little bit different today. Don’t be alarmed. It’s all part of ForeignPolicy.com’s latest expansion.

Our new Global News page, a custom-tailored news aggregator for FP readers, is now up and running. In addition to the slightly-tweaked Morning Brief, which will still be available here on Passport as well as by e-mail, you’ll find the world’s biggest stories as selected by FP’s editors, the Web’s best international news RSS feeds, and the latest content from throughout our site. It’s a brand new way to get the latest news that we think loyal FP readers — and hopefully some new ones — will really enjoy.

We hope to do a lot more with this and as always, we welcome your feedback.

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

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