Harvard International Review: 35th Anniversary Book

9780692268834: Harvard International Review: 35th Anniversary Book
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The Harvard International Review's 35th Anniversary Book compiles 35 of the best articles from the Review's illustrious history at the forefront of the academic and popular discourse on international relations. Featuring underappreciated topics in the mainstream international relations discourses, and underappreciated perspectives on more mainstream topics, the HIR aims to serve as a trendsetter among similar publications, and be ahead of the curve in predicting the themes that will shape the future of the globe. The 35th Anniversary Book presents a reflection on the extent to which scholars and policymakers from recent history have successfully analyzed and predicted the events of their day. Featuring contributions from Nelson Mandela, Aung San Suu Kyi, Amartya Sen, Bill Clinton, Al Gore, Benazir Bhutto, Ban Ki-Moon, Kofi Annan, the Dalai Lama, among many others, as well as original contributions and analysis from current HIR staff members, the Harvard International Review 35th Anniversary Book provides a brand new way of looking at world history from 1979 to 2014 as viewed from a unique and fascinating perspective.

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