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Internet Links for International Studies
These supplemental links can help you wtih your research in International Studies.
The web site lists Constitutions of all countries that have a Constitution.
Facts on International Relations and Security Trends
The FIRST system offers researchers, politicians and the media an authoritative and structured factual reference system on international relations and security trends.
Foreign Affairs Online
From the University of Virginia. A web site with a number of links to resources international relations, maps, reference sources, information on NGOs and IGOs and much more.
International Affairs Resources
International Affairs Resources is a frequently updated Internet directory of over 2000 annotated links to high-quality English-language sources of information and analysis in a wide range of international affairs, international relations, international studies, global studies, and global education topics. These sites are carefully selected for their long-term value, favoring those with cost-free, authoritative information and analysis online.
International Relations and Security Network
The International Relations and Security Network (ISN) is one of the world’s leading open access information services for both professionals and students who focus on international relations (IR) and security studies. Taken from their web site.
Political Science Resources
Politics and governments around the world
The RAND Corporation is a nonprofit institution that helps improve policy and decisionmaking through research and analysis.
U.S. House of Representatives Committee on International Relations
This committee considers legislation that impacts the diplomatic community, which includes the Department of State, the Agency for International Development (USAID), the Peace Corps, the United Nations, and the enforcement of the Arms Export Control Act.
United States Department of State
The Department of State advises the President and leads the Nation in foreign policy issues to advance freedom and democracy for the American people and the international community. To this end, the Department compiles research on American overseas interests, disseminates information on foreign policy to the public, negotiates treaties and agreements with foreign nations, and represents the United States in the United Nations and other international organizations and conferences.
United States Senate Committee on Foreign Relations
It is charged with leading foreign-policy legislation and debate in the Senate. In addition it is generally responsible for overseeing (but not administering) and funding foreign aid programs as well as funding arms sales and training for national allies.