About Author

Neha Dalal

Neha Dalal currently serves as Editor-in-Chief of the Harvard International Review, and contributes to Interviews.

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36(4) Summer 2015, Features, Letter from the Editors, Security

Crime and Punishment: Organized Crime Across Borders

Our summer 2015 feature issue, Crime and Punishment: Organized Crime Across Borders, has hit newsstands across the world! Check out the latest print edition as well...
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36(3) Spring 2015, Central Asia, Environment, Featured, Features, Letter from the Editors, North America, Politics, Security, Western Europe

The New Ice Age: The Arctic Battleground

The Spring 2015 issue, The New Ice Age: Arctic Battlegrounds, has hit shelves. Watch for the release of Arctic-related content online! … Not until 1908 or...
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36(2) Fall 2014/Winter 2015, Features, Letter from the Editors

The Personal and the Political: Gender in International Relations

As we await the December release of our Fall 2014/Winter 2015 issue, The Personal and the Political: Gender in International Relations, watch out for gender-related content coming out...
U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice listens to remarks at the American Society of International Law's annual meeting in Washington March 29, 2006. REUTERS
35(2) Fall 2013, Americas, Interviews, Middle East, North America, Politics

Change Management: Condoleezza Rice

What do you see as key achievements in national security and foreign policy during your tenure under President Bush—and what do you see as...