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The Cairo Review

The Cairo Review of Global Affairs is the quarterly journal of the School of Global Affairs and Public Policy (GAPP) at American University in Cairo (AUC). Its primary aim is to be a focal point for policymakers, officials, academics, experts, journalists, students, and others in the Middle East region who follow global affairs. It is also intended to be a platform that gives perspectives from the region a greater voice in international policy conversations and debates.

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Arab Media & Society

Arab Media & Society is a primary resource for media research in the region. The journal, published biannually online and in print, offers peer-reviewed scholarly research and analysis on a wide array of topics pertaining to the
dynamic media landscape across the Arab world.

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The Caravan

The Caravan has been the student newspaper at AUC since 1921. Since then, it has graduated hundreds of young ambitious journalists who have gone on to career-defining jobs at Reuters, AP, CNN, the Washington Post, Al Arabiya, Bloomberg, Daily News Egypt, DMC, CBC and others.
Every semester, Caravan reporters learn to broaden their horizon by reporting on things familiar and new. This year's recipients are being recognized for going beyond the norm and excelling in their coverage of such challenging topics like the patriarchy, women's rights, inheritance laws, climate change and others.

Policy Briefs Series

Policy Briefs

Policy Briefs address current issues pertaining to public policy, public administration, global affairs/development in Egypt and the MENA region, as well as in policy areas of interest to the community of PPAD/GAPP faculty and

PPAD Working Paper Series

PPAD Working Paper Series

GAPP started a Working Paper Series in Fall 2016, which disseminates work in progress by GAPP
academics and researchers to the wider informed community in order to engage a critical
analysis of the juncture of theory and practice.

Syria Reader Articles

The Syria Reader is a document-based compendium on the Syrian crisis. The Syria Reader is a project of the Middle East Studies Center (MESC) and the School of Global Affairs and Public Policy (GAPP) at the American University in Cairo. The digital library serves as a research tool for practitioners and scholars of issues related to policy surrounding the Syrian crisis and regional security in the Middle East. The approximately 400 official documents date back to the beginning of the crisis and mark significant points in the political process. With a focus on diplomacy and the international humanitarian response, the Syria Reader enables the study of the original text of documents relevant to the fields of Law, History, Politics, Government and International Relations.


Jerusalem and its Holy Sites

Timeline of the struggle over Jerusalem and its holy sites since 70 AD.