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You can resize the print and the pages sort themselves out, just as for any kindle-format book.
It's very comfortable to navigate and read Foreign Affairs using the Kindle edition.
The PDF version is exactly like the print version - you can see the original page numbers and the ad pages as you scroll through.
Kindle's "go to page" page number doesn't line up with the page numbers in the PDF so navigation isn't straightforward.
At least one article seemed to be missing entirely, others weren't listed where they should have been or were combined under one title, and I couldn't read many of the articles unless I paged forward then backward then forward again.
Calibre is not a realistic option unless perhaps you fix/edit the magazine format in the Calibre application before sending it to kindle.
The kindle e-reader has icons for navigating sections of periodicals (these icons appear on the top menu on my kindle when viewing a periodical).