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Foreign Policy Journal is an online publication dedicated to providing critical analysis of U.S. foreign policy outside of the standard framework offered by political officials and the mainstream corporate media. FPJ offers original news, analysis, and opinion commentary from perspectives all too lacking in the public debate on key foreign policy issues. The goal of FPJ is to provide a valuable alternative source for news and insight into world affairs, to encourage citizen journalism, and to promote broader discussion of important global issues.
In the pursuit of the above goals, FPJ publishes articles from a wide array of viewpoints, and welcomes unsolicited submissions. For more on article submissions, please see the Submission Guidelines.
Jeremy R. Hammond is the owner, editor, and webmaster of FPJ, as well as a frequent contributor. To contact him, send him an email at: editor [at] foreignpolicyjournal.com. He may also be found on the web at JeremyRHammond.com.
For bios and contact information on regularly contributing authors please visit the Contributing Writers page.
If you appreciate FPJ and would like to support the effort, please visit the Support FPJ page to find out how you can help. Financial donations are accepted, but there are also numerous other ways you can help that won’t cost you a penny. Please support independent journalism! This effort cannot be sustained without reader support.
The views and opinions expressed in articles published at FPJ are the respective author’s own and do not necessarily reflect those of FPJ, which seeks to publish a diverse range of perspectives on any given issue. Authors and copyright owners are fully responsible for and legally liable for their own work. While FPJ makes a good faith effort to ensure the accuracy of information contained in published articles, it assumes no responsibility or legal liability, express or implied, for the content of any work of the author and/or copyright owner.