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An unparalleled international affairs information service for libraries, universities, corporations, non-profits and government agencies. In a world in which online breaking news is at everyone's fingertips, but insightful analysis is sorely lacking, World Politics Review was created to provide context for the key trends and events in international affairs.   |   +1-202-596-9771

What's Inside

  • Insightful analysis written by a network of leading analysts, journalists and scholars.
  • Nonpartisan, nonideological articles cover diplomacy, military affairs, energy, economics  and other subjects that make geopolitics tick.
  • Accessibly written analysis speaks to engaged readers who need to know what's driving policy in Beijing, Brasilia and New Delhi as well as in Washington, London and Brussels.
  • Follow our latest on to keep ahead of current events.
  • Explore our extensive EBSCOhost database to understand the trends behind the news.
  • is smartphone- and tablet-friendly, so your patrons can read it anywhere.

Praise for World Politics Review

"A 'pol-mil' version of The Economist."
Thomas P.M. Barnett
bestselling author of "Great Powers: America and the World After Bush,"
and "The Pentagon's New Map."

 "The internet has long needed a global news and analysis site of pure substance -- WPR is it."
Parag Khanna
Director, Global Governance Initiative, and
senior research fellow, American Strategy Program, New America Foundation.
Author of "The Second World: Empires and Influence in the New Global Order."

World Politics Review's "diverse range of contributors eschew
partisan propaganda but not
insightful analysis.”

Richard Weitz
senior fellow and director of the Center for Political-Military Analysis, the Hudson Institute; non-resident senior fellow, Center for a New American Security.

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