The Cairo Review Distributed in U.S., to Expand in Europe and Asia
The Cairo Review of Global Affairs is being distributed widely in the United States. The Spring 2012 issue, which focuses on science and innovation policy, is now available in 183 Barnes & Noble (B&N) bookstores in 32 states, as well as Washington, D.C.
“The large order from across the entire United States
probably signifies a curiosity about things coming out of Egypt and the Middle
East, and – I hope – the fact that The Cairo Review has quickly
established itself as a brand with a high editorial quality worthy of a global
readership,” said Scott MacLeod, managing editor of The Cairo Review and
professor of practice in the Department of Journalism and Mass Communication,
adding that the B&N order is the result of an agreement the journal
has reached with a major periodical distributor in the United States. “We
expect additional B&N orders, and we are making greater efforts to improve
our distribution inside Egypt. Our next step will be to target Europe and Asia.”
The Cairo Review’s Spring 2012 issue is available in B&N
stores located in prime locations including Upper West
Side, Midtown Fifth Avenue, Greenwich Village, Soho and Brooklyn in New York
City; Union Station, 12th Street NW, Bethesda, Tyson’s Corner, McLean and
Alexandria in the Washington, D.C. area; as well as flagship B&N stores in
major cities including Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, San Diego, Houston and
Dallas. In Egypt, The Cairo Review is
available at AUC Press bookstores and in other select bookshops.
The Cairo Review of Global Affairs was launched in
2011 by the School of Global Affairs and Public Policy. A quarterly policy
journal, it brings the insights of global policymakers, academics,
public officials and journalists to the Middle East and serves as a global
platform for regional specialists.
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