FP had a pretty good year when it comes to art, with
National Magazine Award nominations for cover and for photography -- our first
ever in both categories. Here, we celebrate the brilliant designers and
photographers who translate ideas (and occasional wonkiness) into things of beauty.
FP's translation project: From the Rwandan genocide
to Tito's death, from Indian Muslims to Vietnamese Agent Orange victims, and
from Israeli communists to Parisian chroniclers of the Vichy years, a selection
of works you won't read anywhere else -- at least, not in English.
Cities bear the brunt of the world's financial meltdowns, crime waves,
and climate crises in ways national governments never will. So, when Foreign Policy,
A.T. Kearney, and The Chicago Council on Global Affairs teamed up to
measure globalization around the world, we focused on the 60 cities
that shape our lives the most.