Harvard International Review is a magazine examining developments worldwide in politics, economics, technology, science, business and culture, reporting with a journalistic style that is academic and objective rather than sensationalist or reductive. With interviews and articles from some of the most respected scholars and experts in their fields, such as Noam Chomsky and Nelson Mandela, Harvard International Review alone seeks to direct public interest rather than follow it.
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Placing world leaders under the spotlight and examining controversial topical issues such as the role of women in politics, Harvard International Review magazine continues to scrutinize the status quo and inform the public on all matters of public debate.
Featuring articles on often neglected viewpoints, Harvard International Review brings you commentary on current affairs from some of the world’s most respected figures, providing an informed and academic perspective which is careful to always represent every side of the debate.
Published quarterly by the Harvard International Relations Council, a non-profit organization that promotes awareness of International Relations, Harvard International Review is beholden to no-one and therefore does not have to ingratiate itself with its sponsors, ensuring that the commentary and information this magazine features is invariably the least biased and most in depth available on issues affecting the global community.
Simultaneously highly specialised and extremely broad, Harvard International is divided into several subsections: Features, Spotlight, Global Notebook, World in Review, Interviews, Endpaper, Correspondence, Perspectives and Book Review.
The editor toasts to the “empowerment of all”. Knowledge is not power: knowledge is empowerment, and it is through education and information that Harvard International Review seeks to empower both the unempowered victims of global and political conflicts and stresses by informing others of their situation, and you as the reader by providing you with that information. Buy a single copy or subscribe and stay informed on every facet of every subject of global debate.