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Mon, 19 Oct 2020

Australian Foreign Affairs Launches New Digital Archive For Individuals and Institutions

London, 19th October 2020

Australian Foreign Affairs Launches New Digital Archive For Individuals and Institutions

A collection of Australian Foreign Affairs’ back issues are now available for digital subscriptions in collaboration with archiving specialists Exact Editions. Accessible across web, iOS and Android platforms, the new resource for individuals and institutions offers readers unlimited access to 10 archived issues that include over 50 vitally important essays, as well as all future issues.

As the country’s leading foreign affairs journal, Australian Foreign Affairs examines the most significant global issues affecting Australia in a world arguably less stable than at any time since World War II. Published by Schwartz Media three times a year, it features pieces penned by leading thinkers including Paul Keating, Hugh White, Linda Jaivin, Kim Beazley, Linda Jakobson, Christos Tsiolkas and many more.

The new archive stretches back to 2017 and facilitates a seamless reading experience created by the platform’s straightforward and intuitive navigational tools. A comprehensive search function also enhances subscribers’ access by allowing specific terms to be located instantaneously within a particular issue or the whole collection.

Australian Foreign Affairs is available in the Exact Editions shops here:

Individuals

Institutions

Sales and Subscriptions Coordinator Iryna Byelyayeva commented: “Joining the digital subscriptions market is an excellent opportunity to extend the reach of the journal’s content on an international scale.”

Managing Director of Exact Editions, Daryl Rayner, added “We’re delighted to welcome Australian Foreign Affairs to the platform; the title’s excellent roster of prestigious contributors will attract both individuals with an interest in foreign affairs and institutions who want to use the archive as an educational tool.”


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