MIR: Canada’s premier undergraduate journal of international affairs
The McGill International Review is a non-partisan, online daily student publication based in Montréal, Quebec and operated by the International Relations Student Association of McGill (IRSAM). From its roots as a bi-annual university journal in 2000, the MIR now hosts a variety of content on international relations and cultural affairs on its website on a regular basis. The MIR operates year-round, providing a platform for impartial analysis on global issues regularly.
Open-mindedness and tolerance are particularly paramount for MIR, as our staff is composed of McGill University students hailing from across the globe and regular contributors from universities in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Mexico. We’ve been awarded Publication of the Year by the Students’ Society of McGill University in 2019, an accolade we were also nominated for in 2017 and 2018. We cover presidential elections, immigration policy, climate change, opinion editorials, and just about every pressing international issue from A to Z. We publish thoroughly researched and trustworthy student journalism.
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