Middle East Review of International Affairs

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Middle East Review of International Affairs (MERIA) is a quarterly, peer-reviewed, journal on Middle East issues founded by the late Barry Rubin and edited by Dr. Jonathan Spyer. MERIA is published by the "Rubin Center for Research in International Affairs" formerly known as "Global Research in International Affairs Center" (GLORIA) of the Interdisciplinary Center (IDC) in Herzliya, Israel.

The "Rubin Center for Research in International Affairs" also publishes MERIA News, a monthly magazine on Middle East studies; MERIA Research Guides; and MERIABooks, collections of articles from the journal and other sources. According to Rubin's website for MERIA, the mission of the publication is "to advance research on the Middle East and [to] foster scholarly communication and cooperation," and MERIA is a "non-partisan publication involving people across the geographical and political spectrum."[1]

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  1. ^ "What is MERIA?", n.d., MERIA, Interdisciplinary Center, accessed May 26, 2007:

    MERIA is a non-profit publication and welcomes contributions and grants.... MERIA is a project owned and edited by Prof. Barry Rubin. It is produced in conjunction with the Global Research in International Affairs (GLORIA). Our goal is to advance research on the Middle East and foster scholarly communication and cooperation. We are a non-partisan publication involving people across the geographical and political spectrum.

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