Writings on current and past British foreign and security policy issues by Sir Timothy Garden, former air force officer. Comprehensive links to sites dealing with similar issues.
Offers factual and analytical information on topics in international security and emerging technologies.
Extensive, frequently updated commentary on a wide variety of topics in foreign policy. Includes several e-newsletters.
The CIFP database provides a global overview of a variety of international relevant country traits.
Provides information and data about the pros and cons of various foreign policies - Events, publications, news.
Sponsored by the Institute for Policy Studies and the Interhemispheric Resource Center, this site hopes to further popular understanding of the impact of current U.S. policies by providing information and analysis of policy issues and recommending reforms or alternatives.
Provides papers by members of Yale on International affairs. Indexed by title, author, year, subject.
A think-tank focusing on the economic, political, and technological forces driving global change, with particular emphasis on nuclear non-proliferation. Publisher of "Foreign Policy," a leading international relations journal.
RAND conducts research on global issues involving national security, regional stability, defense planning, methodology, tactics, and policy. RAND regularly conducts analysis and makes objective recommendations related to military infrastructure, international security, domestic security, military technology and global stability.
Domingo Cavallo was the finance minister of Argentina during the presidency of Carlos Menem. Credited as the driving force behind the privatization of public corporations in the 1990s, Cavallo came under severe criticism in his home country after the Argentine financial crisis in early 2002. In his website, he takes a swipe at the U.S. government for failing to rescue Argentina and warns that Latin America is becoming disillusioned with American unilateralist foreign policy. Cavallo is now a fellow at Harvad University.