Harvard International Review is a quarterly magazine offering insight on international affairs from the perspectives of scholars, leaders, and policymakers. Contributors to the magazine have included 43 heads of state, 4 UN Secretaries-General and 6 Nobel Laureates. It is a good read for people interested in politics, business and academics.
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