Journal Description

Basic information

 

The Harvard International Review (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 HIR presents a variety of scholarly content in an accessible style and format. It makes the arguments of scholars, policymakers, and other international affairs actors available to a wider audience. The HIR seeks both academic and lay readers who wish to think seriously about international affairs.

The HIR is more a source of analysis than a source of news or editorial commentary. Its main purpose is not to present facts previously unreported elsewhere. The HIR distinguishes itself primarily by serving as a forum for academic debate, rigorously applying theory to case studies, analyzing historical trends, and making informed predictions.

 

ISSN: 0739-1854

Coverage

 

The Globethics.net library contains articles from HIR from

1996 onwards, provided by Gale, Cengage Learning.. 

 

Copyright

 

Copyright Gale, Cengage Learning. All rights reserved. 

 

 

Website of Harvard International Review

Subjects GlobeEthicsLib

  • Ética Política
    • Ética de sistemas políticos
    • Ética del derecho
    • Ética de la paz
    • Gobernanza y ética
    • Ética del desarrollo