National Interest (magazine)

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Now succeeded by National Affairs, The National Interest was a quarterly print journal and online publication on international affairs, founded by Irving Kristol, dean of neoconservatism. Among its best-known articles is the original publication of the essay "The End of History" by Francis Fukuyama, expanded into the book The End of History and the Last Man. It spawned from an earlier journal founded by Kristol, The Public Interest, which dealt with domestic matters.

It states its goal "to provide a space for vigorous debate and exchange not only among Americans but between U.S. and overseas interlocutors. This is the new home for informed analysis and frank but reasoned exchanges on foreign policy and international affairs." Articles reflect an editorial policy only when in the "Realist" columns or clearly identified editorials.

Its current editor is Justine A. Rosenthal and Dimitri K. Simes is the Publisher.