Left of centre political weekly New Statesman has signed a content-sharing deal with US magazine The New Republic.
Under the deal, New Statesman will carry three pieces from The New Republic each week – and vice versa.
New Statesman, which like Press Gazette is part of the Progressive Media Group, marked its centenary this year.
New Republic editor Frank Foer said: “Our relationship with the New Statesman is a perfect fit – its sensibility, readership, topical focus, and belief in the importance of both politics and culture all echo that of The New Republic."
New Statesman deputy editor Helen Lewis said: "The New Statesman and New Republic were founded within a year of each another, and have a shared mission – to bring thought-provoking, intelligent political and cultural writing to the widest possible audience. Here's to a new Special Relationship."
New Statesman has a weekly print circulation of 24,901 (according to ABC) and claims a monthly online readership in excess of one million unique browsers.
The New Rebublic has a fortnightly circulation of around 50,000 (according to the publisher).