How To Use Your Subscriber Benefits
Learn how to use the many resources available to Foreign Affairs subscribers below.
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Subscribers have access to issues, special collections, daily new articles, audio, podcasts, and event videos in the Foreign Affairs iOS and Android app.
Customizable settings allow readers to resize text, save your favorites, read in night mode, create playlists, and more.
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Listen to the Experts
Foreign Affairs invites you to listen in as our editors talk to influential thinkers and policymakers about the forces shaping the world in our biweekly podcast, The Foreign Affairs Interview . Listen to the Podcast here.
Foreign Affairs subscribers can also listen to audio of articles and issues in the app and on ForeignAffairs.com.
Just select the Play or Download Audio icon at the top of each article, and listen to Foreign Affairs read to you. From the app, go to your queue to create playlists and adjust playback speed.
Read on Your E-reader
Subscribers can read articles and issues on tablets, mobile devices, or favorite e-readers.
To download and transfer Foreign Affairs full issue files to an e-reader device, click here for Nook instructions.
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Explore Online Reading Tools
Read in dark mode, highlight text (just click and drag!) and save your notes for later with the pencil icon on ForeignAffairs.com.
You can also save your favorite articles to your account with the bookmark icon found at the top of each article. Log in using your email and password and click ACCOUNT in the upper right corner, then SAVED to see your bookmarks list.
Or, use the icons found at the top of article pages to share paywall-free articles with friends, students, and fellow readers — up to 10 free articles per month!
Subscribers have access to download PDFs of Foreign Affairs issues and articles from ForeignAffairs.com. PDFs can be shared, printed, or saved on personal devices, and never expire.
To access PDFs, log in to ForeignAffairs.com and click the PDF Download Article button, found at the top of each article.
To download and read PDF files, you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader. The Reader is available for free download here.
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