Our flagship publication, surveying the latest research and writing on Africa, Asia and the Middle East.
Editorial Advisory Board
Kenneth Anderson (American University)
Peter Chalk (RAND)
Faisal Devji (University of Oxford)
Michael Dwyer (Hurst & Co. Publishers)
Vanda Felbab-Brown (Brookings Institution)
Matthew Ford (University of Sussex)
Anatol Lieven (Georgetown University)
Jeffrey Michaels (King's College London)
Clive Schofield (ANCORS)
Tim Stevens (Royal Holloway)
Jon Western (Mount Holyoke College)
2016 Publication Schedule
Winter Issue (Africa): January
Spring Issue (Asia): April
Summer Issue (Europe): July
Fall Issue (Middle East): October
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