Foreign Policy

Foreign Policy

By Foreign Policy Magazine

  • Category: News
  • Release Date: 2015-11-02
  • Current Version: 202303.42
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 25.35 MB
  • Developer: Foreign Policy Magazine
  • Compatibility: iOS 13.0+
Score: 4.67
From 1,232 Ratings


Foreign Policy is a forum for informed debate about politics from around the world. Every day, we publish new ideas, intelligent arguments, and forward-looking analyses on all things global affairs. FP aims to inform and engage government, corporate, NGO, multilateral, academic and think tank executives around the world, as well as anyone interested in the impact of politics on the world’s peoples. We help explain the ins and outs of how foreign policy decisions are made—and, just as importantly, who is making them and why. With the FP mobile app, you can: - Access all the latest news and analysis from Foreign Policy. - Search topics of interest. - Share stories to Twitter and Facebook as well as with other social networks. - Listen to podcasts from FP Studios and our partners. - Find and register for upcoming FP events and browse past events. Foreign Policy subscribers can: - Save a story to read it later and offline. - Access subscriber-only newsletters. - Configure a My FP feed of content based on your preferences. - Receive push alerts to get notified of the latest content published by FP. - Access recent editions of Foreign Policy’s print edition. - Receive invitations to FP Live conversations with editors and experts. Already a Foreign Policy subscriber? Login to the mobile app with your Foreign Policy account. Existing FP subscribers have full access to all content. Not a subscriber? Get instant and unlimited access to the Foreign Policy mobile app directly through in-app purchase. In-app subscription options: Via in-app subscription, enjoy unlimited access to articles in the Foreign Policy app. In-app subscribers can create an account to access all subscription benefits. Cancel anytime. Your subscription will automatically renew each month or year, and your credit card will be charged through your App Store account. You can turn off auto-renew at anytime in your App Store account settings. For information about our privacy policy, please click here: For more information about our terms of use, please click here:


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Don’t like visuals .

I can’t figure out how to change font size and it seems like it’s always in night mode. Makes it very hard to read for me. Not sure if I’m just missing anything but I’ve looked around and can’t find a solution.
By Roy7584

Great content!

Great content!
By User81037

Terrible search function… useless even

When I search for the author Stephen M. Walt, I get results from 2009!
By Frank of America

Ads in App?

Love the content. Very disappointed to endure ads inside a paid subscription. Difficult to read thoughtful articles with this distraction!
By Jjsp67

App needs curation

Love the content and remain a proud subscriber to FP but this app lacks the curation I think an app that covers a lot of ground needs. The website is a far better choice to peruse through on an iPhone, as of the time of writing. Keeping it installed to see if it improves in time.
By Far Echo

No night mode??

One of the most expensive news subscriptions out there and it’s blinding to read at night.
By Anonymous41909

I like it but…

It’s a great app and I’ve been reading FP on and off since the 90’s. I just got an email they are bumping me from 60 for a year to 199….It’s good but not enough content to justify a tripling of my cost.
By Critical Narrativist

must pay for content

The app is free but you must pay for access to any content.
By uhgrfjk

Poor app design

The fact this app is not designed to be full screen on iPad blows my mind.
By aalsulaiti1404

Nigh on useless

I love this publication. But the app is frustratingly sparse. Articles I find in Twitter don’t appear in the app where I can save for reading later. The search function doesn’t yield the name of an author who published an article today. It doesn’t yield the subject of that article in anything written after 2018. When I open the app with multiple notification badges, it doesn’t indicate which articles triggered the alert. Every menu lists the same four uninformative options containing the same content. Must do better.

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