A magazine reader’s review of current history

In this article, I am going to talk about one of my favorite magazines. I will discuss why I consider it one of my favorite magazines and will provide a brief history of this magazine. I consider this type of magazine to be political. You must have guessed by my previous article on political magazine that I enjoy reading such magazines and subscribe to many of them.

First, I will give a brief history of this magazine. Current History is the oldest publication in the United States. It is entirely devoted to world affairs. When I say that current history is political, I use that word loosely. Actually, the magazine is more geopolitical than political. Current History was founded by the New York Times in 1914. Today, the magazine is privately owned. It is published monthly from September to May. Initially, the magazine was established to cover World War I or the Great War, as it is also known by. Many respected and well-known people have contributed to the magazine; Prefers contemporary names like Winston Churchill, George Bernard Shaw and John McCain and Condeliza Rice. Current History is not affiliated with any institution or political organization or government body.

Now, that I’ve provided a brief history of this story’s publication, I’m going to talk about why I consider it one of my favorite magazines to read. Every month, Current History discusses various issues from around the world. Each month’s magazine focuses on a particular region of the world and various issues affecting that region and the issues that are affected by the region. The magazine talks about the Middle East, Europe, Africa and regions such as China and East Asia. The magazine discusses economic and political issues affecting a particular region. For example, terrorism, nuclear weapons and various economic issues. Economically speaking, there are articles on technology, various economic trends and economic institutions such as the IMF. At the end of the year, I like to put together a year in review. The Year in Review issue looks at key issues from the previous year that the magazine wants to highlight. Throughout the year, “special” issues are published that focus deeply on a particular topic. For example, migration trends or global warming. I consider the journal to be quite academic and it can take a while to read. I don’t find it as easy to read like Cosmopolitan. There is book review section which I also like to read. If you want to know more about the geopolitical issues of our times, you should check out this valuable magazine.

Source by Suzy Bledsoe

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