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2023 SUBSCRIPTION PRICE

Our price for Volume 48. Numbers 1-4, 2023: Print, online and print and online (combined) are as follows:

Our price list for back sets is here.

Please note from 2023 renewals:

1. All orders: for print edition only should be sent with payment to The Maghreb Review Office.

2. All orders: online, print & online (combined) by Agents and individuals should be sent with payment to MUSE (our hosting Company) https://muse.jhu.edu/pub/457/journal/859

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Price: United Kingdom and Overseas: All subscriptions run from January to December each year. We do not accept Credit Cards for subscription payment.

1. Print: £550.00 net including packing and postage by Air Mail.

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NOTE: The Maghreb Review still cheaper than any other Academic journal on the Middle East and North Africa
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1. THE MAGHREB REVIEW is published 4 times a year. We publish original articles in English or French and the Journal is available only by subscription. All subscriptions run from January to December each year.

2. All copies will be sent by Post. THE MAGHREB REVIEW assumes no responsibility for non-delivery, but any non-receipt should be notified within two (2) months of publication of the relevant issue, so that the postal authorities can be informed. If non-receipt is not notified within two (2) months, the subscriber will be charged for any replacement.

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THE MAGHREB REVIEW (September 2022)