By Barry Rubin, Editor of the Middle East Review of International Affairs Journal http://www.
What does MERIA stand for?
MERIA stands for Middle East Review of International Affairs
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- Medicare-Eligible Retiree Health Care Fund
- Maine Environmental Research Institute (Blue Hill, ME)
- Marine Engineering & Research Institute (India)
- Marine Environmental Research Institute
- Meadowlands Environmental Research Institute
- Medical Education and Research Institute (Memphis, TN)
- Middle East Research Institute (University of Pennsylvania)
- Monitoring, Evaluation, Reporting and Improvement (Australia)
- Music Education Research International (journal; University of South Florida; Tampa, FL)
- Metal Economics Research Institute, Japan (est. 1989)
- Maritime and Environmental Resources and Information Center (University of New Orleans)
- Medical Education and Research Institute of Colorado (Colorado Springs, CO)
- Mediterranean Recognition Information Centres
- Metadata Education and Research Information Center (aka Metadata Education and Research Information Commons)
- Middle East Readers Information Center (est. 1999; Cairo, Egypt)
- Missouri Economic Research and Information Center (Jefferson City, MO)
- Microsoft European Research and Innovation Day
- Magnetically Enhanced Reactive Ion Etching
- Multidisciplinary European Research Institute Graz
- Midland Empire Resources for Independent Living (St. Joseph, MO)
Samples in periodicals archive:
00 Hardcover JZ6009 Assembled in four volumes are 89 previously published articles and excerpts selected by editor Barry Rubin (director of the Global Research in International Affairs (GLORIA) Center, which is located at the Interdisciplinary Center, Herzliya (IDC), Israel; he is also editor of the Middle East Review of International Affairs (MERIA, from which many of the articles have been selected.
Middle East Review of International Affairs, 4(1), 27-38.