A non-governmental, non-profit organization working in the field of governance, occupational health, global networking and other related areas in India.
PSA was founded in 1949 under UNESCO sponsorship. Since then, national political science associations have constituted its core. Its founder members were, indeed, national associations: the American, Canadian, French and Indian political science associations.
Includes information about the organization's history, membership rates and types, governance, meetings, programs and activities, news, publications, and opportunities, and information about education and careers in the field.
Journal, conference papers, list of members, announcements, and organizational constitution.
Organized section of the American Political Science Association that includes researchers interested in research methods (such as inferential statistics, simulations and game theoretic models).
The International Studies Association is an academic organization that facilitates research through publication and conventions. The Association is currently headquartered in the Department of Political Science at the University of Arizona.
Mostly in Finnish. Contains an English summary which includes contact information, a listing of departments, abstracts, and books from the association.
Comprehensive list of political science organizations and associations
The PSA exists to develop and promote the study of politics. Includes general information, publications, and a notice board of events. Also features a member area.
Home pages of the Indiana Consortium of International Programs, an organization of 40 colleges and universities in Indiana, Ohio and Kentucky dedicated to international education.