The Bureau of International Information Programs of the U.S. Department of State publishes electronic journals in five thematic areas under the eJournal USA logo -- Economic Perspectives, Global Issues, Issues of Democracy, Society and Values, and Foreign Policy Agenda -- that examine major issues facing the United States and the international community as well as U.S. society, values, thought, and institutions.
One new journal is published monthly in English and is followed by versions in French, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish. Selected editions also appear in Arabic, Chinese, and Persian. Each of the five is catalogued by volume (the number of years in publication) and by number (the number of issues that appear during the year).
The opinions expressed in the journals do not necessarily reflect the views or policies of the U.S. government. The U.S. Department of State assumes no responsibility for the content and continued accessibility of Internet sites to which the journals link; such responsibility resides solely with the publishers of those sites. Journal articles, photographs, and illustrations may be reproduced and translated outside the United States unless they carry explicit copyright restrictions, in which case permission must be sought from the copyright holders noted in the journal.