WHAT IS MIDDLE EAST REPORT?
Middle East Report is a lively, readable magazine about politics and society in the contemporary Middle East. Appearing quarterly (four times yearly) it looks seriously and critically at key events and issues in the region. Issues often focus on a particular country or special theme such as political Islam and democracy, the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, foreign intervention or the status of women.
For more than 30 years, Middle East Report has been an influential magazine on the region, reaching an audience of academics, journalists, policymakers, analysts, students, activists, clergy and engaged citizens.
WHY ADVERTISE IN MIDDLE EAST REPORT?
Middle East Report now boasts the largest circulation of any comparable specialized publication on the Middle East. With advertising limited to just a few pages of each issue, your message is not lost in a blur of advertisements. More than 82 percent of readers are students, university professors or other professionals. On average they purchased 31 books per year, according to the reader survey, and more than 40 percent had traveled to the Middle East in the previous two years. A full 88 percent said they thought Middle East Report was “the best” or “better than most” publications on the Middle East.
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2013 DEADLINES (please reserve space two weeks prior to deadline):
March 2 for Middle East Report 266, Spring 2013
May 3 for Middle East Report 267, Summer 2013
July 19 for Middle East Report 268, Fall 2013
October 25 for Middle East Report 269, Winter 2013