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The July 2019 Issue of the Next IAS Current Affairs Magazine, covers news events from 26th May 2019 to 25th June, 2019. The Magazine has comprehensive coverage of all the topics from current affairs neatly categorized into major sections like Economy, International Issues, Polity & Governance, and so on. The July issue of the Magazine has in-depth analysis of three issues from the coverage period viz. ‘India’s Foreign Policy: Continuity & Change, ‘Draft National Education Policy’ and ‘Ethics in Elections’. These topics have been covered as they have been persistently in news and are poised to impact India significantly in the near future. It also covers the National Strategy for Artificial Intelligence (AI) along with an analysis of the five core areas identified by NITI Aayog for application of artificial intelligence. This Magazine has a Guest Article contributed by Shri K.P. Shashidharan (IAAS, Former Director General, CAG Office) on the subject of India’s Foreign Policy: Continuity and Change. It is a two-part series, the second part of which will be published in the August edition. The National and International events are covered in easy to understand manner using simple but effective language, headings & sub-headings, engaging infographics, charts, tables and eye-catching diagrams. The Magazine is designed for the needs of the students who are preparing for UPSC Civil Services Examinations. However, it is also helpful for Engineering Services Examinations, Banking Examinations and other government or Public Sector Enterprises examinations. Any suggestions for further improvement of the Magazine is welcome and may be e-mailed to currentaffairs@nextias.com.

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