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The World Today is a monthly global affairs magazine founded by Chatham House in 1945. It was formerly published six times a year and aims to bring the Institute's analysis to a broad audience. It replaced the Bulletin of International News, which was published from 1925 to 1945. Following its re-design in February 2012, the magazine has moved from a monthly to a bi-monthly format and been extended to 52 pages. Prominent contributors have included Niall Ferguson, Jon Snow, Carl Bildt, and Colombian President Manuel Santos.

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  • The World Today is a monthly global affairs magazine founded by Chatham House in 1945. It was formerly published six times a year and aims to bring the Institute's analysis to a broad audience. It replaced the Bulletin of International News, which was published from 1925 to 1945. Following its re-design in February 2012, the magazine has moved from a monthly to a bi-monthly format and been extended to 52 pages. Prominent contributors have included Niall Ferguson, Jon Snow, Carl Bildt, and Colombian President Manuel Santos.
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  • The World Today is a monthly global affairs magazine founded by Chatham House in 1945. It was formerly published six times a year and aims to bring the Institute's analysis to a broad audience. It replaced the Bulletin of International News, which was published from 1925 to 1945. Following its re-design in February 2012, the magazine has moved from a monthly to a bi-monthly format and been extended to 52 pages. Prominent contributors have included Niall Ferguson, Jon Snow, Carl Bildt, and Colombian President Manuel Santos. As well as covering major issues in international relations, the magazine contains book, film and museum reviews from around the world. The magazine is sent to decision-makers in nine of the 10 largest FTSE 100 companies by market capitalization and major embassies in London, as well as to key individuals in the British Parliament, Whitehall, the media, and the academic world.
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  • Cover of the February/March 2012 issue
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