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Monday, January 28, 2008

Harvard International Review
The Harvard International Review is a quarterly journal of international relations published by the Harvard International Relations Council, Inc. The HIR offers commentary on global developments in politics, economics, business, science, technology, and culture.
Founded in 1979 to "cover that middle ground between academic scholarship and journalism," the HIR is a widely distributed journal across the United States and around the world in more than 70 countries.
According to its mission statement, "The HIR features underappreciated topics in the international affairs discourse and underappreciated perspectives on more widely discussed topics. The HIR aims to serve as a trend-setter among similar publications by directing rather than following the public's attention."
The magazine is composed of the following sections: Features, Perspectives, World in Review, Global Notebook, Interview, Endpaper, Correspondence, and Review. The website includes exclusive content and special features such as a blog.
The HIR has featured scholars and policymakers from around the world, including Nelson Mandela, Samuel P. Huntington, Aung San Suu Kyi, Jeffrey Sachs, Shimon Peres, Paul Krugman, Chen Shui-bian, Amartya Sen, John Kenneth Galbraith, Jimmy Carter, Zbigniew Brzezinski, Bill Clinton, Dick Cheney, Ban Ki-moon and Javier Solana.

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