The International Studies Major
RESEARCH WEB SITES
CARRIE — a full-text electronic library.
Department of Defense Almanac — provides a variety of information and statistical material about the Department of Defense: its people, organization, equipment, and funding.
European Union Internet Resources — The library at the University of California at Berkeley contains info and links about the European Union.
Foreign Affairs Online — specifically designed to assist students and other individuals interested in International Relations, International Law, and U.S. Foreign Policy.
Foreign Policy in Focus — An online "think tank without walls" that functions as an international network of more than 650 policy analysts and advocates. Unlike traditional think tanks, FPIF is committed to advancing a citizen-based foreign policy agenda, specifically one that is fundamentally rooted in citizen initiatives and movements.
General International Relations Links — This site, from the State University of New York at Buffalo, contains links to internship directories for students.
Global Problems & the Culture of Capitalism — an Internet resource on the consequences of the global expansion of capitalism.
History in the News: Middle East — State University of New York at Albany's site provides links to resources for the study of the Middle East.
InfoMine — contains scholarly resource collections.
Institute for International Economics — provides timely, objective analysis and concrete solutions to key international economic problems.
International Relations Site — the University of British Columbia's online library.
Kimber's Political Science Resources — a gateway to most significant resources relevant to the study of politics and government around the world.
MidEastWeb GateWay — news and views on middle eastern countries.
Migration Information Source — provides fresh thought, authoritative data from numerous global organizations & governments, and global analysis of international migration & refugee trends. A unique, online resource, this site offers useful tools, vital data, and essential facts on the movement of people worldwide.
Political Science Resources — This documents center from the University of Michigan is one of the most comprehensive collections of links on the internet.
The Question of Palestine — the United Nations website containing detailed information on Palestine.
From Revolution to Reconstruction — site containing American History information from the colonial period until Modern Times.
Social Science Research Network — encourages readers to communicate directly with authors and other subscribers concerning their own and others' research.
Social Sciences Virtual Library — This site keeps track of online information as part of The World Wide Web Virtual Library.
Stratfor — a source for actionable, insightful, strategic, predictive, global intelligence with a track record for getting it correct. From the names in the headlines to the movers behind the scenes, it is tracked, analyzed, and presented in concise, fast-reading formats that cut to the chase.
The Study of International Relations — Vincent Ferraro's website is an excellent resource for documents, texts, and current events.
Transnational Issues & the Environment — an internet guide from the School of Politics at Keele University.
WWW Virtual Library — An internet directory of over 2600 annotated links to high-quality sources of info and analysis in a wide range of international affairs, international studies, and international relations topics.
World Civilizations Site — contains web links for primary source documents about the inter-war years and related topics.
The World Revolution — promotes a new, global activist social movement for progressive social change. It aims to resolve in a definitive and comprehensive manner these major social problems of our world: peace, human rights, the environment, and world poverty.