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How to Anonymously Share Tips and Documents with Foreign Policy

Foreign Policy is dedicated to reporting on the people and institutions involved in national security and international affairs, both in the United States and around the world. If you have a tip, document, or story idea that you’d like to share with our reporters or editors, we offer a variety of ways for you to contact us securely and anonymously.

Please note that if you wish to write for FP, do not send article submissions or article pitches through these channels. They are reserved for secure, anonymous tips and documents. Consult our Writer’s Guidelines for more information as to how to contribute to FP.

By Mail:

Attn: Tips
Foreign Policy
1750 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Suite 200
Washington, DC 20006

By Email:

Encrypted: foreignpolicytips@protonmail.com. ProtonMail supports end-to-end encryption only if you are using another ProtonMail account. You can establish a free ProtonMail account here. Remember that encrypted email protects the contents of a message but not the subject line, sender information, or recipient email.

Unencrypted: tips@foreignpolicy.com

By Signal:

(202) 945-8388
Signal is an easy-to-use, secure, free voice and messaging app. Links to download for iPhone and Android are available here.