Free Resources in Business
- CIA Worldfactbook
- Charles Warner Study Cases & Business resources
- Daily Stocks
- EBusiness Forum
- Global Edge Access
- Harvard Publishing
- Instituto Nacional de Estadística
- International Monetary Fund World Economic Outlook
- Moody's Ratings
- Morgan Stanley International Index
- New York Stock Exchange
- Programers Heaven
- Reuters Business
WEBSITES OF INTEREST TO INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS STUDENTS
The following is a list of some websites which students enrolled in International Relations courses at EU may find useful. Except where noted, their contents are available for free.
- Jamestown Foundation. Prestigious U.S. think-tank specialised in Eurasia, China and terrorism. Almost all materials available for free, including their "Eurasia Daily Monitor" and "China Brief" newsletters. Strongly recommended for students.
- Stratfor. Private intelligence corporation. Most current articles available to subscribers only. Its series on the geopolitics of different countries (available for free) is particulary noteworthy. Its video dispatches are available for free from their website or their YouTube channel. Strongly recommended to students.
- International Relations and Security Network. Its articles deal with all sorts of topics.
- Center for Contemporary Conflict, US Navy Postgraduate School. It contains a number of interesting research papers.
- The Heritage Foundation. Its lectures are available as audio files from their website and deal with many issues.
- The Times. Prestigious London-based newspaper.
- The Economist. Prestigious London-based weekly magazine.
SECURITY AND DEFENCE
- International Institute of Strategic Studies. Prestigious London-based think-tank. Most materials are available to members only.
- Center for Defence Information. Of interest for students wishing to learn more about missile defence and military uses of space.
- Strategic Studies Institute, United States Army War College. It contains many papers and shorter reports on national security issues.
- The Long War Journal. It provides links to stories and articles on asymmetric conflicts all over the world.
- Federation of American Scientists. It contains useful materials for students interested in nuclear weapons and strategy.
- Nautilus Institute. It covers North-East Asia, very useful for students interested in North Korea.
- The Japan Institute of Foreign Affairs. Japanese think-tank.
- The Japan Times. English-language Japanese newspaper.
- Shingetsu Institute for the Study of Japanese-Islamic Relations. It deals with relations between Japan and Muslim-majority countries.
- The Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus. Prestigious journal which regularly publishes many interesting articles.
- South-Asia Analisis Group. It covers the Subcontinent and China.
- The Hindu. One of the leading English-language Indian newspapers.
- ORBAT, Orders of Battle. Covering Indian defence policy, of particular interest to students following Indo-Chinese relations.
- IDSA, Institute for Defence Studies & Analyses. Indian think-tank, regularly offering quality papers.
- Blogging the Arthashastra. Blog by London-based Indian writer Sunny Singh on India's foremost treaties on political philosophy and strategy.
- Perry-Castañeda Library Map Collection. You can find all sorts of maps on this website.
- Churchill Centre. Devoted to the life deeds of Winston Churchill. Some materials available members only.
- RAND Corporation. Reports covering all sorts of issues; an executive summary is usually provided alongside full papers.
- Open CRS. Website which regularly posts papers published by the Congressional Research Service, a public think-tank serving the U.S. Congress.