The Globalist is a daily online magazine that "focuses on the economics, politics and culture" of globalization. "The Globalist" "aims to provide current and up-to-date news analysis and perspectives on wide-ranging global issues that touch all global citizens". It claims to be a unique international magazine that "accepts articles from authors across the globe and attempts to provide a voice to all in order to better understand the processes and impacts of globalization".
Its offices are based in Washington, DC, United States and it began publishing on January 3, 2000. The Globalist was founded by Stephan Richter, who is also its Publisher and Editor-in-Chief. The Globalist, in addition to its English-language flagship, also publishes German- and French-language editions.
The Globalist aims at educating the mainstream domestic market on complex global issues. As such, its content, although written for layman, is authored by domain experts, who include top policy analysts, government officials, researchers, and international organization and non-governmental organization experts. Additionally, The Globalist is registered with various universities as a place for university-level students to intern.
The magazine has both "profit and non-profit components." Its layman focus, in part, creates a market for article syndication to mainstream news media publishers. Two current syndication clients in the traditional major-market newspaper space are: The Boston Globe and the Orange County Register.
- The Globalist: About Us, The Globalist, accessed November 30, 2006
- Internships at The Globalist, UCLA's Washington DC Internship Directory, accessed November 30, 2006
- The Globalist: Syndication Services, The Globalist, accessed November 30, 2006
- World News: The Globalist, The Boston Globe, accessed November 30, 2006
- The Globalist Quiz, Orange County Register, October 21, 2005, accessed November 30, 2006
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