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World Affairs is an American quarterly journal covering international relations. At one time, it was an official publication of the American Peace Society. The magazine has been published since 1837 and was re-launched in January 2008 as a new publication. It was published by the World Affairs Institute from 2010 to 2016, when it was sold to the Policy Studies Organization. Each issue contains articles offering diverse perspectives on global issues and United States foreign policy. World Affairs is headquartered in Washington, D.C. Prior to 1932, the magazine was published monthly and under a variety of names, including The Advocate of Peace. Those articles have since been digitized by JSTOR and are freely viewable up to 1923.
- Elliott Abrams
- Fouad Ajami
- Ayaan Hirsi Ali
- Andrew Bacevich
- Ellen Bork
- Ian Bremmer
- Helene Cooper
- Jackson Diehl
- Eric Edelman
- Tom Gjelten
- Ethan Gutmann
- Roya Hakakian
- Michael V. Hayden
- Christopher Hitchens
- Robert Kagan
- Mary Kissel
- Charles Lane
- Lewis Libby
- H.R. McMaster
- P. J. O’Rourke
- George Packer
- Richard Perle
- David Rieff
- Marc Thiessen
- Michael J. Totten
- James Traub
- Michael Zantovsky
History of name changes
The journal has undergone a series of name changes since initially published in 1837:
- 1837-1845: The Advocate of Peace
- 1847-1884: Advocate of Peace
- 1889-1892: The American Advocate of Peace and Arbitration
- 1892-1893: American Advocate of Peace
- 1894-1920: The Advocate of Peace
- 1920-1932: Advocate of Peace through Justice
- 1932-present: World Affairs
- The Advocate of Peace 1837–1845. JSTOR.
- Advocate of Peace (1847-1884). JSTOR.
- The American Advocate of Peace and Arbitration (1889-1892). JSTOR.
- American Advocate of Peace (1892-1893). JSTOR.
- The Advocate of Peace (1894–1920). JSTOR.
- Advocate of Peace through Justice (1920-1932). JSTOR.
- World Affairs (1932-present). JSTOR.
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