The Middle East Journal of Culture and Communication provides a transcultural academic sphere that engages Middle Eastern and Western scholars in a critical dialogue about culture, communication and politics in the Middle East. It also provides a forum for debate on the region’s encounters with modernity and the ways in which this is reshaping people’s everyday experiences.
The Middle East Institute has published The Middle East Journal quarterly since 1947. The Journal provides original and objective research and analysis, as well as source material, on the area from Morocco to Pakistan and including Central Asia. The Journal provides the background necessary for an understanding and appreciation of the region's political and economic development, cultural heritage, ethnic and religious diversity.
Middle East Critique promotes an academic and critical examination of the history and contemporary political, social, economic, and cultural aspects of Middle Eastern countries. Middle East Critique actively engages theoretical and empirical studies and by so doing promotes a critical understanding of the complex nature of ideas, values, social configurations and material realities of Middle Eastern societies. Middle East Critique provides a forum for the inter-disciplinary examination of diverse issues based on solid research and critical readings of developments in the Middle East.
The Middle East Development Journal aims to deepen understanding of development in the Middle East and North Africa and strengthen the social science research community in the region. The journal emphasizes research falling under the heading of applied economics, although theoretical papers and contributions from related disciplines such as political science and sociology are also considered. Submissions are actively sought from scholars within the region as well as worldwide. The ultimate goal of the journal is to contribute to the formulation of policy through the provision of world-class analytical and empirical research. Submissions undergo a blind review with an average time from submission to first decision of fourteen weeks.
The journal accepts contributions on a wide range of topics: analyses of particular problems or challenges confronting the region; evaluations of economic and social policies or programs implemented within, or relevant to, the region; explorations of progress within certain segments of the region's population or locations; investigations of country-specific and cross-country issues; assessments of the impact of external factors; and comparisons with other regions. In all cases, submissions receive an initial editor screening and, if of sufficient merit, undergo a double-anonymous peer review by two referees.
International online publishing company based in Paris,France, with offices in the US, Brazil, and the Czech Republic, specialized in publishing executive business reviews, stories, analysis from Kuwait, Lebanon, Bahrain, UAE, Jordan, Morocco, Ivory Coast and Brazil.
Aiming to bring together influential writers, analysts and thought leaders, to create a balanced, accurate picture of the social, financial and political undercurrents shaping the Middle East's future.
Published by Israel-based Global Research in International Affairs (GLORIA) Center and includes several analytical publications and Research Guides - essays on the sources for researching a specific Middle East topic.
Serves as a bridge for the Arab affairs in Australia and the international community. Published in Sydney and distributed in all states of Australia, New Zealand, as well as other countries around the world.