The Wilson Quarterly
The Wilson Quarterly (WQ), a general-interest magazine founded in 1976, is a window on the world of ideas for general readers. Historical perspective and a commitment to consider all sides are the hallmarks of its articles on foreign affairs, politics, culture, science, and other subjects. By making new knowledge accessible to all, it aims to foster more informed public debate. The WQ is published digitally four times a year by the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.