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1. Foreign Affairs

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Asin: B00007LN7R
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Council On Foreign Relations
Sales Rank: 143
Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars
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Reviews current events as they affect US relations worldwide, focusing on international, political, commercial and cultural relations.
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5-0 out of 5 stars A worthy read
I've read this journal routinely since picking it up for the first time last summer. The articles typically contain rather substantial information without devolving into esoteric or pedantic treatises, and their subjects run the gamut in international affairs. Topics I've read have included analyses of American foreign policy toward different nations, recountings of human rights abuses, and editorial-type articles "grading" the action of American politicians. I also discovered that it's on the recommended reading list for those wanting to take the Foreign Service exam, which is a pretty high recommendation in itself.

In all, I'd call it a well-rounded, worthy read for anyone wanting more information about world affairs than you get in the typical American newspaper or news journal.

5-0 out of 5 stars Relevant, Interesting
I have to admit that when I subscribed to this magazine for the first time about five years ago, I did so out of a sense of duty to educate myself about all of the foreign policy and political things that I wasn't taught in school. It did seem a little dry from the get-go, but now I am a Foreign Affairs junkie, so to speak. Those who contribute articles to this magazine are professors, politicians, heads of state, and other great (and occasionally not-so-great) thinkers of our times. One gets the perspectives of world events from educated individuals from all over the world, not just America, and sometimes the points of view are very different than those of the American media. I also appreciate that Foreign Affairs publishes articles that almost seem to foreshadow news events - (they were covering background on Kosovo before newscasters in this country even knew where Kosovo was.) From reading this magazine one can see that very few problems in the world are "overnight" or occur "out of nowhere" but are usually the result of problems and conflicts that have been happening for some time, if only out of the spotlight of the Western mainstream media. The analysis in these articles is deep - many articles are over twenty pages long. The reader is left feeling more enlightened and not as if the issue has just been "glossed over." I enjoy reading the Letters to the Editor as well. It is great to see an article rebutted by another area expert who provides his or her insight to the problem at hand. Also,the list of contributors to Letters to the Editor reads like a list of Who's Who in Politics. It is amazing to see the people in government, here and abroad, who read this magazine. Probably more of them should.

5-0 out of 5 stars Authorative Source of Foreign Affairs Information
Foreign Affairs magazine is one of the most authorative, primary source of information regarding geopolitical and economic affairs. Although principally a medium for elites to express their opinion regarding what is happening around the world, this material can allow anyone in the world, even in remote regions, to feel quite connected with those in power.

Written in clear, concise English, it is surprisingly readable considering the subject matter. Don't expect any pictures, however: there are none. However, if you want information on Iraq, North Korean, Iran, and the UN, this is your source of material. Some of the subject matter, of course, is biased: sometimes Clinton croonies contribute material, which I quickly ignore by averting my eyes. But the magazine is not meant to be a source of objective material: there is no reporting, the way you find in The Economist; all of it is first-person essays.

Michael Gordon

5-0 out of 5 stars It is simply the best!
This magazine is simply the very best there is - and I too have been reading it faithfully for many years now. It is THE magazine for anyone who wants to be any kind of globally aware citizen in these troubled times - and it is always easy to understand and written in plain English as well (which certainly does help....) I will be a happy reader I trust for many more years to come. Christopher Catherwood, author of CHRISTIANS, MUSLIMS AND ISLAMIC RAGE (Zondervan, 2003)

5-0 out of 5 stars Long Time Subscriber
I have been reading Foreign Affairs for more than 30 years. It is an integral part of a broad-based understanding of international issues, both current and historical. It can also be very prescient at times. (See Clash of Civilizations, 1993)

The articles are not to be rushed through. Read them slowly and savor them, whether you agree with them or not. Give it a try! ... Read more


2. Chief Civil Service Leader

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Asin: B00006K8LZ
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: New York Civil Srvc Employees
Sales Rank: 1612
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3. Progressive

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Asin: B00006KTUG
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Progressive
Sales Rank: 544
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Investigative reporting, analysis and commentary on major issues of political, economic and social concern. A leading voice for peace and social justice in America.
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5-0 out of 5 stars One of the best magazines on the shelf
Always feisty and dedicated to true peace and the Bill of Rights like few other periodicals, The Progressive is a consistent, independent source for information, analysis and lively, intelligent commentary. Standing outside the mainstream business owned press The Progressive routinely runs stories that are either ignored or buried by the establishment media. Labor, environmental, racial, gender, and military and corporate power issues are dealt with from the perspective of the masses of working people and societal underdogs rather than CEOs, major stockholders, Pentagon flacks and covert bigots. A relatively recent column unearthed the truth behind the sanctions and bombings of Iraq that went on throughout the 90s. Deliberately tainting the Iraqi civilian water supply was well known to Washington policymakers as The Progressive's brilliant article proved. Also it's one of the few publications in the United States to constantly berate Israel for the lawlessness and brutality it perpetrates against the Palestinians. These days that's gutsy journalism indeed.

The Progressive garnered world wide attention and essentially became a household word in the late 70s when it refused to buckle under and courageously stood up for the sanctity of the First Amendment during the A-Bomb case. This is the exact moxie and hard hitting reporting a subsriber can expect. With a lively letters page and some hilarious columnists it's one of the best magazines around.

5-0 out of 5 stars Conservatives beware
This is a great magazine. As a liberal I find every month full of socialist articles. Great publication.

5-0 out of 5 stars An Old "Warhorse" that keeps on Trucking!
This monthly magazine has its roots in the progressive movement of the early twentieth century, and continues to champion the left. Unabashedly liberal, the Progressive offers insightful articles and columnists, who offer a bright alternative to the increasingly right-wing, so-called "mainstream" media.

Subscribe and enjoy! ... Read more


4. American Spectator

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Asin: B00006LK75
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Amer Alternative Foundation
Sales Rank: 1583
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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3-0 out of 5 stars For the Social Conservative
I used to subscribe to TAS, back in the 1980s and 90s when it was a lively Journal that had a good deal of exciting writing and reporting. Granted it was, and continues to be, much more socalially conservative than I ever was, but I do try to read a wide spectrum of publications; I'm not one who reads just to reinforce my own prejudices. And there was plenty I did like- P.J. O'Rourke on Washington, DC; the annual Christmas book recommendations; and Ben Stein's whiny, self-pitying column from Hollywood.

Some years ago TAS fell under new ownership and new editorship and rapidly became a dull and uninteresting magazine that devoted increasing amounts of space to some rather bizarre pseudo-scientific areas- the kids of things you'd expect to see in a Lyndon LaRouche magazine. I not only quit subscribing, I quit looking through it on newsstands.

In recent years the new editors have made a real effort to restore the magazine that R. Emmet Tyrell made into the most talked-about (and hated) of the Clinton years, but the spark is no longer there, perhaps becasue the Clintons aren't either; time seems to have left TAS in its wake.

5-0 out of 5 stars The BEST
American Spectator Mag. is an Oasis of true conservatism in this jungle of Liberalism! Mr. Emitt Tyrell has got to be THE coolest guy to ever put together a magazine. The information is fantastic, the intellect captivating. I highly reccommend it to everyone.

5-0 out of 5 stars Enlighten Yourself
The American Spectator offers an eloquent and often humorous conservative viewpoint on the more pressing political and cultural issues facing the world today. The emphasis here is "conservatism", not "Republicanism" as TAS is often highly critical of GOP politics and policies that stray from conservative ideals.

"Conservative rag" reviewer Mr. Greenbaum seems to be implying that TAS is the right wing equivalent to left wing periodicals like "The Nation" magazine. Although certainly conspiracy theories abound on both sides of the polictical spectrum, I contend that a theory such as Troopergate is much more believable and much less vitriolic than, for instance, accusing our sitting President of having a priori knowledge of the 9/11 attacks.

Publications like TAS counter the insidious, tendentious nature of the mainstream media, hollywood, and the woefully inept United Nations. I recommend you at least give it a chance. Samples of its content can be found at www.spectator.org

1-0 out of 5 stars Conservative rag
The American Spectator is a worthless GOP rag that is not fit for human consumption, much less being used at the bottom of a bird's cage.

The magazine is nothing more than a pulpit for the most virulent and petty of the Republican Party's hatchet men and women and so-called "academics" to spew vitriol at Bill Clinton and anything that doesn't have the Republican Party seal of approval. Periodicals like the American Spectator bring nothing to the national debate except name-calling and baseless rumors. The American Spectator is not worth a nickel a year.

News flash to Mr. Tyrrell (the head of the Spectator) and the rest of the staff there: President Clinton is long out of office. Get over it, and find something else to write about.

5-0 out of 5 stars A Magazine for Intellectuals Seeking Intelligent Journalism
The American Spectator is a must read for anyone considering themselves an intellectual. Not only are the articles witty and well-researched, they also provide well-articulated arguments to the most pressing (if sometimes slighlty out of date) controversies of the times. Well worth the subscription price, or even the cover price. ... Read more


5. Oklahoma Observer
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Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Oklahoma Observer
Sales Rank: 1536
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars Progressive News for Democrats
The Oklahoma Observer provides a refreshing alternative to the highly biased conservative publications that have become the norm in Oklahoma. Well-known editor Frosty Troy presents the nitty gritty details of Oklahoma politics with wit, insight and humor.

Unlike other newspapers in Oklahoma, The Oklahoma Observer is supported by subscribers...not advertisers. ... Read more


6. Americas - Spanish Ed

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Publisher: Organization Of Amer States
Sales Rank: 1574
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7. Comparative Politics
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Publisher: Comparative Politics
Sales Rank: 5023
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Articles and review articles devoted to comparative analysis of political institutions and behavior.
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8. Spectator
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Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: The Spectator Ltd
Sales Rank: 2968
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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British magazine of politics, people, issues and arts.
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5-0 out of 5 stars A weekly blast from Britain
This is the best read for knowing what people in Britain are thinking and arguing about this week, or half of them, anyway. It is shamefully and unashamedly politically incorrect. I must say I start at the back of the book, with the country's most preposterous agony aunt and well written, even touching columns on low life, City life, the turf etc. The book and arts reviews are superb. As for the political coverage, well, if that's what the Conservative British think, what am I suppose to do about it, huh? An excellent complement to Pravda and the Washington Post. ... Read more


9. Canadian Perspectives

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Publisher: Council Of Canadians
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10. Florida County Rankings
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Publisher: Univ Of Florida/coll Bus Admin
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11. California Political Week
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Publisher: California Political Week Inc
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12. American Conservative
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Publisher: American Conservative
Sales Rank: 2824
Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars if only Buchanan were elected President...
I subscribed to American Conservative nearly a year ago, at the insistence of a friend. I only wish I would have subscribed earlier.

You will LOVE this publication if:

a) you believe in a more isolationist foreign policy than the current neo-conservative agenda would have us engage in;

b) you believe in general conservative principles (such as curbing illegal immigration); and

c) you consider yourself a conservative but somehow "missed the memo" equating conservatism with a blind support of Israel.

If this sounds like you, you're a paleo-traditional conservative / traditional conservative and this magazine is your mantra.

NONETHELESS, I recommend this magazine to neo-conservatives (those conservatives who rabidly support Israel and advance an interventionisit foreign policy with a very broad meaning of what affects American interests). Liberals or anyone who wishes to be in the loop should also read this publication in order to understand what is going on in the traditional conservative mindset. For instance, I also subscribe to National Review. As such, I enjoy a "balanced" perspective (reading both a traditional conservative mag as well as a neo-conservative mag).

A year ago, I found myself wondering whether I was still a conservative since I disagreed with the war in Iraq and our nation's support of Israel (which led to 9-11). I knew I wasn't a liberal, either, so what was I? I found my niche in the traditional conservative school of thought!!

I couldn't recommend this magazine more. Each issue is filled with terrific articles, especially those by Buchanan, that will really keep you up to speed on current affairs. The subscription cost is incredibly low considering the knowledge one obtains from each issue.

I plan on buying several subscriptions for family and friends this Christmas.

SUBSCRIBE -- YOU WILL NOT BE DISAPPOINTED!!

1-0 out of 5 stars old school paleocon conservativism
Thank heavens conservatism is moving in a new direction away from anti semitism and foreign policy isolationism and anti globalization

4-0 out of 5 stars A refreshing, unpredictable voice
Well, it's published my work, hasn't it, so naturally I'm going to be in favour of it. Still, it isn't only for that reason that I enjoy each issue as it comes, and why I drop nearly all my other reading when the latest issue arrives in the letterbox.

It avoids predictability and undue repetition (no mean feat, given its backs-to-the-wall ethos); its seriousness doesn't at all preclude jokes; and it combines famous writers with highly gifted unknowns. Unknown up till now, that is: the best of them certainly deserve fame.

The only aspect of TAC which I would query (and the reason I've given it four stars here, instead of five) is the paper stock, rather thin and delicate. Whether it will stand up to the repeated use over the course of decades - especially in libraries - which I'm sure the periodical will get, isn't clear. In any case, readers shouldn't let this matter deter them.

4-0 out of 5 stars A Sharp Right
I continue to be surprised and impressed with this magazine. Under Scott McConnell's editorship, THE AMERICAN CONSERVATIVE advances a critique of U.S. interventionism that is more coherent, more consistent, and frequently more eloquent, than anything currently being aired in the best libertarian magazines or in such traditional left organs as THE NATION. And unlike CHRONICLES (the other "paleocon" mag of note), the AC gang doesn't seem to be caught up in the usual ecumenical orthodoxies that tend to make conservative polemics so stodgy and boring. To the contrary, the editorial style owes more to Menckenite irreverence than to Kirkian pessimism; and with a number of positively entertaining writers on call to keep things lively (a few favorites are Justin Raimondo, Steve Sailer, and Joe Bob Briggs), things are shaping much better than Pat Buchanan's initial sales pitch would have led this (libertarian) reader to expect. If only they could get Florence King on board...

4-0 out of 5 stars FINALLY Common Sense has returned to Conservatism!
This mag will make you think. It is Conservative, Populist, and not in bed with any stripe of special interest. Nice. You will not agree with everything, but you will think about the articles after you read them. Ex-head of the Washington Times, Arnaud de Borchgrave is a better writer than I remember - and more honest too. Buchanan and his pals kick Republican [heiny] mostly, as of late, it is all there has been that is worth kicking. Good for them, and I am glad to subscribe. I am giving out at least two subs this Christmas. ... Read more


13. Governing

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Publisher: Governing Magazine
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14. Municipality
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Publisher: League Of Wisc Municipalities
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15. Planning
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Publisher: American Planning Association
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Feature articles, profiles and interviews, commentary, news notes and legislation published for members of the American Planning Association.
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16. Mayors Of Americas Principal Cities
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19. Claremont Review Of Books

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Publisher: Claremont Institute
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Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars A Lively and Highly Readable Magazine
CLAREMONT REVIEW OF BOOKS is published quarterly by the Claremont Institute for the Study of Statesmanship and Political Philosophy. It is an avowedly conservative publication which reflects a belief in limited government that supports the maintenance of a strong defense and promotes family values.

A recent issue contained five essays including one on the challenges of raising a generation of young boys in single parent families without the benefit of male role models and another essay on the Federalists. This issue also consisted of more than twenty book reviews such as one by William F. Buckley, Jr. on TREASON: LIBERAL TREACHERY FROM THE COLD WAR TO THE WAR ON TERRORISM by Ann Coulter.

The contributors to the magazine are almost exclusively academics except for those writing letters in the CORRESPONDENCE section. CLAREMONT REVIEW OF BOOKS is a lively journal written in a highly readable style. I expect it will fill a necessary niche for political conservatives for at least the foreseeable future. ... Read more


20. Federal Times

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Publisher: Army Times Publishing Co
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Presents news, opinion, features, and advise related to federal civil service agencies and federal employees.
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