Public affairs may refer to:
- Public administration
- Public policy
- Public affairs (military)
- Public affairs (broadcasting)
- PublicAffairs, a USA publishing company
- Public Affairs (political party), a Czech political party
- Public Affairs Quarterly, an academic journal of social and political philosophy published by the University of Illinois Press
- Public relations (PR), the practice of managing the flow of information between an organization and its publics.
- 'Public affairs' is also a term used in relation to lobbying.
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