The Harvard International Review is a quarterly magazine offering insight on international affairs from the perspectives of scholars, leaders, and policymakers. Since our founding in 1979, we've set out to bridge the worlds of academia and policy through outstanding writing and editorial selection.
The quality of our content is unparalleled. Each issue of the Harvard International Review includes exclusive interviews and editorials by leading international figures along with expert staff analysis of critical international issues. We have featured commentary by 43 Presidents and Prime Ministers, 4 Secretaries-General, 4 Nobel Economics Prize laureates, and 7 Nobel Peace Prize laureates. Our articles have been quoted and featured in magazines, newspapers, books, and Web sites around the world, and they are required readings at univeristies from California to Taiwan.
Each issue is read on six continents by over 500,000 print and digital readers–officials, executives, lawyers, professions, and students.
"The Review gets the right people on the right issues at the right time."
Joseph S. Nye, Former Dean Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University
"Most exciting reading and an extremely valuable source of information"
Wilfried Martens, Prime Minister of Belgium
"Timely and useful for the busy member of Congress...superb group of analysts"
Richard G. Lugar*, Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee*
We've recently published issues on:
Transport and Inequality The Future of Faith
The Politics of Language Technology Across Borders
Our exclusive contributors include:
Kofi Annan Nelson Mandela Bill Clinton Dick Cheney Al Gore Jimmy Carter Javier Solana Aung San Suu Kyi Paul Krugman Fareed Zakaria
Shimon Peres The Dalai Lama J. K. Galbraith Amartya Sen Joseph Stiglitz Bill Clinton Wesley Clark Samuel Huntington Chen Shui-bian
Our articles have been quoted by: