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What are some well-known educational journals?

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As of 2015, "Foreign Affairs," the "London Review of Books" and the "Young Scientists Journal" are all well-known educational journals. Both "Foreign Affairs" and "London Review of Books" are geared primarily toward an adult audience. A paid subscription is necessary to access them as either print or digital copies. The "Young Scientists Journal" is a free online journal that is suitable for readers aged 12 to 20.

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"Foreign Affairs" is an American journal published by the Council on Foreign Relations. This journal offers a serious discussion about global affairs, featuring articles by experts from across the political spectrum. It generally covers important issues that affect foreign policy and the global economy.

The "London Review of Books" is a British journal that offers long essays about literary and intellectual topics. It also offers short art and film reviews, as well as some poetry and selected letters that readers submit.

The "Young Scientist Journal" is a peer-reviewed science journal that allows young scientists to share their ideas, opinions and research with other young scientists. It helps prepare students for careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. The adult mentors and the International Advisory Board of the journal accept submissions in the forms of written articles, pictures and video presentations.

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