The purpose of this course guide is to direct you to high quality sources of information for completing the research project in I.R. 132.
Use the tabs above to explore the various types of information that will be of use. It also provides some explanation and guidance about specific research tools and research methods.
While the materials included in this guide should be extremely useful, you might want to make an appointment to discuss your specific topic. Use the contact information in my profile box to arrange a meeting.
Foreign Affairs Online
This metasite on Foreign Affairs designed by a professor of International Law offers brief annotations and recommendations on a wide variety of Internet resources germane to the subject. Included here are annotated listings of official US and foreign government sites; UN sites; nongovernmental and intergovernmental organization sites; think tanks; news sources; sites devoted to human rights, international relations, and law; and much more. The section on map resources is particularly good, offering a number of "highly recommended" sites that researchers are likely to find valuable. Copyright Internet Scout Project, 1999.
The WWW Virtual Library: International Affairs Resources
A major gateway to resources in international affairs. Provides annotations and links to a significant number of web sites from international organizations and countries as well as foreign news resources.