Asia Times is now offering academic rates for educators and students.
- If you are an educator (such as a lecturer or tutor) you can enjoy 50% off your subscription.
- If you are a student, you can enjoy 80% off your subscription.
Please note however that you must subscribe to the above packages using an .edu email to verify that you qualify for the academic rate. Failure to do so will result in an pro-rata adjustment to the length of your subscription period to our normal subscription price.
Note: All fees are in US D0llars.
Basic membership provides access to our new “AT+ Premium” content: deeply sourced and reported news, analysis and investigations of the political, business and security issues that move markets.
Members will also have access to special podcasts, newsletters, and webinars with our journalists and guests.
That includes our special Sunday edition Worldcast podcast with David Goldman in New York and Uwe Parpart in Hong Kong covering the issues that will drive markets in the week ahead.
We are expanding our reportage to provide our readers with more of the ground-breaking, excellent journalism they have come to expect.
Asia Times breaks news found nowhere else, with Nile Bowie’s focus on Southeast Asia, Alison Tahmizian Meuse’s gimlet eye on the Middle East, Andrew Salmon’s expert insights on Korea, Jeff Pao’s front line reports from Hong Kong, Pepe Escobar’s New Silk Road musings and Shawn W. Crispin’s scoops on Thailand and beyond.
AT+ Premium Access
We also offer our AT+ Premium Access membership with a higher tier of benefits, including curated one-on-one access to our expert reporters, analysts and commentators, as well as specialized regular financial and country-risk reports.
Members will have regular exclusive access to Deputy Editor David Goldman and Editor-in-Chief Uwe Parpart. AT+ Premium Access members may tailor their package to the reporters and experts they wish to engage. AT+ Premium Access membership allows up to five people to attend conference calls.
Meet the writers and editors producing AT+ Premium content.
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