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View Resource Cato Institute

The Cato Institute is a think tank based on "limited government, free markets, individual liberty, and peace." It's Web site is highlighted by the full text of many of its Briefing Papers, all of its Foreign Policy Briefing Series, over 100 of its Policy Analysis Series, all of its Social Security Privatization Series, and articles from its semi-monthly Cato Policy Reports (under Publications and...

https://www.cato.org/
View Resource Population Reference Bureau

The Population Reference Bureau (PRB), a nonprofit educational organization, aims "to increase the amount, accuracy, and usefulness of information about population trends and their implications." In addition to general organizational information, PRB's Website provides a selection of full-text articles, excerpts of published reports, and statistical summaries related to world population studies....

https://www.prb.org/
View Resource PopNet: The Directory for Global Population Information

The Population Reference Bureau (PRB), a nonprofit educational organization, aims "to increase the amount, accuracy, and usefulness of information about population trends and their implications." PRB maintains PopNet, an extensive directory of population information resources available on the Web. PopNet, "the Source of Global Population Information," contains numerous annotated listings of public...

http://www.popnet.org/
View Resource Global Policy Forum

The United Nations has a number of policy initiatives occurring in all parts of the globe, and some might ask the question: Who evaluates the effectiveness of such programs? The United Nations does some of this work themselves, but the Global Policy Forum is also intimately concerned with monitoring their programs, along with "promoting accountability of global decisions." Visitors who know what...

https://www.globalpolicy.org/