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Area & Regional Studies
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(Including International Relations &Amp; Politics) (See also Globalism on Cultural Studies page)
Brookings Institution 
Canadian Institute of International Affairs ("providing Canadians with a non-partisan nation-wide forum for discussion, analysis and debate of international affairs")
Carrie: A Full-Text Electronic Library: Central Asia Archive (works on central Asia) (Lynn Nelson, U. Kansas)
Chinese Univ. of Hong Kong: History, Archaeology, & Regional Studies 
The Electronic Embassy (info and links to foreign embassies in Washington D. C.)
Institute on Globalization and the Human Condition (includes online working papers on globalization) (McMaster U.)
International Guide (links to resources in literature, language, and culture of other nations)
International Simulations ("provides source information about countries of the world and international organizations for use in debate and political science courses") (Grace York, U. Michigan)
International Cultural Studies (Sarah Zupko's Cultural Studies Center)
International Development Research Centre ("public corporation created by the Canadian government to help communities in the developing world find solutions to social, economic, and environmental problems through research"; in English and French)
International Affairs (excellent annotated metapage of international affairs and politics sites) (Nathan Gilliatt, Duke U.)
Multilaterals Project (Full text of International Conventions and other multilateral instruments)
To the World / Le monde sur Internet (Internet sites related to international development) (International Development Research Centre, Canada)
United Nations Scholars' Workstation at Yale University 
U. Calif. Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation 
World Area Studies Internet Resources (Western Connecticut State U.)
World-Systems Archive (U. Colorado, Boulder)
WWW Virtual Library: International Affairs Resources (Wayne A. Selcher, Elizabethtown C., Pennsylvania)

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