World Politics Review, an online source of news and analysis on global affairs, is seeking a senior editor with deep knowledge of international affairs and top-notch editorial skills to provide polish and precision to all of WPR’s editorial content. WPR is known and valued for its commitment to quality and integrity. In addition to our individual subscribers, WPR’s institutional subscribers include foreign and defense ministries, government agencies, international organizations, and leading think tanks and universities worldwide. We pay particular attention to important but undercovered stories as well as underexamined aspects of the news making headlines, and cover often-ignored corners of [...]
World Politics Review, an online source of news and analysis on global affairs, is seeking a production associate to handle all aspects of preparing, uploading and publishing WPR’s daily content; generating and scheduling our email newsletters; and managing our social media accounts. If you’d like to be a big part of a small team with a real impact, this is the job for you. The production associate will be responsible for formatting and uploading files to our publishing platform; selecting and sizing photographs to accompany articles; generating and scheduling our regional and weekly newsletters; scheduling social media posts; and maintaining [...]
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Amitav Acharya is one of the sharpest and best-informed analysts on Southeast and East Asia out there. We had the pleasure of including an article by him in our Regional Integration in Asia feature issue last year. He’s written a typically thoughtful op-ed on Southeast Asia’s U.S.-China dilemma that I recommend as a companion piece to Hillary Clinton’s article in Foreign Policy last week. Anyone following the region will be familiar with the broad strokes of what Acharya’s dealing with: Southeast and East Asia need to hitch their economic wagons to China’s rise, but they can’t feel comfortable doing so [...]
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