Foreign Policy Journal is an online publication dedicated to providing critical news, analysis, and commentary on U.S. foreign policy and international affairs. Its purpose is to challenge the narratives and narrow framework for discussion presented by the U.S. mainstream media that serve to manufacture consent for government policy. FPJ offers information and perspectives all too lacking in the public debate on key foreign policy issues.


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FPJ publishes articles from a wide variety of viewpoints, and welcomes unsolicited submissions. Please see the Submission Guidelines.

Jeremy R. Hammond is the owner, editor, and webmaster of FPJ, as well as a frequent contributor.Click hereto contact him. Also find him on the web at, where you can learn more and follow his work.

For bios and contact information on regularly contributing authors, please visit the Featured Writers page.


FPJ seeks to publish a diverse range of perspectives on any given issue. The views and opinions expressed in articles published at FPJ are the respective author’s own. Authors/copyright owners are fully responsible for their own work.  While the editor 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/copyright owner.