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The Cairo Review of Global Affairs: Journal of the School of Global Affairs and Public Policy

The Cairo Review of Global Affairs: Journal of the School of Global Affairs and Public Policy

Edited by: Scott MacLeod

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The new quarterly journal from the School of Global Affairs and Public Policy at the American University in Cairo will be a forum for the discussion of subjects in Middle East and American studies, law, migration, communications, and gender. Featuring a wide range of international contributors, he Cairo Review will not restrict itself to Middle East issues, but will also provide commentary and analysis from within the region on a variety of topics. The initial numbers will include articles about President Obama's foreign policy, women's empowerment, globalization, water wars in the Middle East, and South Africa in the post-Mandela era. A regular highlight will be The Cairo Review interview with a leading international personality involved in global affairs and public policy. Forthcoming issues will be published in April, July, and October.

Author Info

Scott MacLeod is professor of practice in the Department of Mass Communication and Journalism at the American University in Cairo, and a longtime foreign correspondent for TIME magazine.

Bibliographic Info

Imprint: The American University in Cairo Press
Publisher: The American University in Cairo Press

Paperback
ISBN: 9789774164637
Publication Date: 31 Mar 2011
Number of Pages: 112
Height: 241
Width: 165

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