||Index to international organisations worldwide, including inter|
governmental organisations, and international non-governmental organisations.
|Extensive collection of African links covering art and culture, business, education, politics and international relations, history, human rights, religion, literature and recreation. Resources are organised by topic and by region and are accompanied by a brief abstract.|| |
|As the largest Third World coalition in the United Nations, the Group of 77 provides the means for the developing world to articulate and promote its collective economic interests and enhance its joint negotiating capacity on all major international economic issues in the United Nations system. Includes declarations and programmes of action, speeches, news, and full text of the G|
|Focuses on the 2000 Okinawa Summit in Japan between Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, US, UK, and Russia. Contains videos of meetings and speeches made by world leaders on economic issues.|| |
based non-partisan organisation founded in 1921 to increase America's understanding of the world and contribute ideas to US foreign policy. Provides analyses of current issues, covering topics such as Globalisation, Homeland security, National Security and Defence, and International law.
|Documents the exploration and settlement of America, Siberia, and Russia, and the meeting of the Russian|
American frontier in Alaska and the Pacific Northwest. Historical aspects of the frontier are described within sections entitled exploration, colonisation, development, Alaska, frontiers and national identity, and mutual perceptions. Digital collections are also available, providing access to books, serials, manuscripts, maps, and photographs. Information is presented in English and Russian.
|Searchable database of over 50,000 addresses, telephone numbers and email addresses of diplomatic posts worldwide, with links to embassy and consulate pages worldwide.|| |
|Set of annotated links to online courses, course descriptions, tutorials, assignments, tests and other materials used in the teaching of political science.|| |
|Database of over 9,000 boundary related reports from a wide range of news sources around the world dating from 1991 to approximately six months before the current date.|| |
|A political science journal which publishes analytical and theoretical articles, review articles, and research notes in international relations, comparative politics, political theory, foreign policy, and modernization.|| |
|Set of links to selected legal resources related to international organisations.|| |
|Official site of the UN which works to protect human rights, promote the protection of the environment, help the advancement of women and the rights of children, fight epidemics, famine and poverty, assist refugees, help improve telecommunication, deliver food aid, protect consumers, combat disease and help expand food production, make loans to developing countries and help stabilize financial markets.|| |
disciplinary resource containing searchable, archived, discussion lists and access to resources on ecology, environment, economics, international studies, peace, and conflict studies.
|Directory of national embassies and consulates in each country of the world. Postal addresses, and telephone and fax numbers are provided for each, with email and Web contact details given where available.|| |
|Set of links to selected, evaluated and annotated Internet resources relevant to international security, peace|
keeping and conflict.
|Organisation established to provide humanitarian aid to countries outside the European Union in the event of natural disasters and armed conflict. Documents the growth of aid since 1991, describes methods of intervention, and details related activities such as the coordination of disaster prevention measures and the organisation of training programmes.|| |
|The IPU is the world organisation of parliaments of sovereign states, established in 1889. The Union is the focal point for worldwide parliamentary dialogue and works for peace and cooperation among peoples, and for the firm establishment of representative democracy. It fosters contacts, coordination, and the exchange of experience among parliaments and parliamentarians of all countries.|| |
|Organisation established to assist the development of US|
Azerbaijani relations. Offers information on business developments in the Caspian Sea countries, examples of Azerbaijani music, events sponsored by the council, Caspian Crossroads Magazine with full text articles from each issue dating back to 1995, and interpretation and translating services. Also features bibliographic details of readings covering topics such as Azerbaijan history, political and economic developments, Azerbaijan cuisine and an overview of Russian politics in the Caucasus.
|Index to over 1400 annotated links in many areas of international affairs. Covers media and news sources, international communications, global environment, peace, conflict resolution and international security.|| |
|Discusses the political role of water in the Jordan River Basin, and relates politics and conflict to water resources. Also covers water in Southern Africa, and general topics related to water, international conflict and cooperation and sources of international water law.|| |
|Links to US intelligence community sites, military intelligence sites, organisational sites related to strategic intelligence, recent documents related to strategic intelligence, and a selected list of intelligence related journals, articles, and papers.|| |
|Historical narrative of the US perspective on the last years of the Soviet Empire, and a compendium of declassified intelligence documents created during the Soviet collapse.|| |
|Set of links to selected, evaluated and annotated Internet resources relevant to international relations.|| |
|Annotated recommendations for foreign affairs resources. Contains links to official government material, the UN, nongovernmental and intergovernmental organisations, think tanks, news sources, maps, and texts of constitutions of different countries. Topics include human rights, international relations, and law.|| |
|Journal providing information on key bilateral relationships in East Asia such as US |
South Korea, China - Taiwan and Japan - Russia. Offers details of political and security developments, with some discussion of economic issues.
|Articles examining the activities of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation since its establishment 50 years ago, with a look at future plans. Includes an interactive map looking at the 19 countries in the alliance with information about their date of joining, population figures, economic statistics, languages and religions. Also features a timeline tracing significant NATO events which have taken place in each decade since the 1950s.|| |
|Extensive index to conferences and meetings, governments, international organisations, journals, online databases, archives, and primary sources related to international law, international relations, and foreign policy.|| |
|Independent centre for research, information and debate on the problems of conflict and issues surrounding international cooperation. Information about various publications: The Adelphi Papers, The Military Balance, Strategic Comments, Survival and press releases. Details of how to apply for research positions are also given.|| |
|Monthly bulletin devoted to analysis of environmental, socioeconomic, and political issues in the U.S.|
Mexico borderlands region.
|Provides background information, published documentation from summit meetings, and scholarly articles relating to the activities of the G8 group of nations |
France, USA, UK, Germany, Japan, Italy, Canada, and Russia. Information is provided in English, Japanese, French, and German.
|Extensive reference work containing recent basic information about every country in the world, including details of geography, people, government, economy, communications, transportation, military and transnational issues. Geographical information includes area, population, flag, maps, high and low points, co|
ordinates, boundary length, border countries, climate, land use and natural resources.
|A collection of texts, finding aids, data sets, maps, and pointers to print and electronic information. Subject coverage includes disarmament, economic and social development, environment, human rights, international relations, international trade, peacekeeping, population and demography.|| |
|A clearing house for resources in the field of international relations and security. Includes sections on specific regions of the world, current conflicts, resources in areas such as government, political science, human rights and communication.|| |
|Official information from the UK Government department responsible for overseas relations and foreign affairs, through headquarters in London and Embassies, High Commissions and Consulates throughout the world. Includes speeches, transcripts, press releases, background briefs on British foreign policy, and travel advice for British citizens.|| |
|Offers the full text of a special commemorative publication which tells the story of NATO with essays, photos, and messages from Alliance leaders and other organisations. A photographic database, with over 900 images, also features.|| |
|Suggested reading in diplomacy, international affairs and the role of information technology.|| |
|Set of links to selected, evaluated and annotated Internet resources relevant to political expansionism.|| |
|Educational and cultural centre in Britain responsible for promoting the contemporary Commonwealth through exhibitions, collections and educational programmes. Includes links to commonwealth organisations, heads of government meetings and Commonwealth country details.|| |