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View Resource United States Institute Of Peace (USIP)

The US INSTITUTE OF PEACE web pages contain information regarding conflict resolution, negotiation theory, and specific resources pertaining ot Northern Ireland and South Africa. There is information on programs and organizations in conflict resolution and peace studies, and a general reference section that includes primarily general government resources. There are also links to journals and...

https://www.usip.org/
View Resource G8 Online

eCollege.com and the G8 Research Group at the University of Toronto invite 5,000 participants to debate monetary policy and global financial architecture issues with world leaders at the G8 Summit Online. The site includes registration information for the June 7-20, 1999 session, live broadcasts and Real Video archives of 1999 G8 Summit-related interviews, press briefings, and panel discussions.

http://www.g8.utoronto.ca/g8online/previous.html
View Resource G8 Information Centre at the University of Toronto

Since 1975, the heads of state of the major industrial democracies have met annually to discuss the major economic and political issues facing their respective political entities, and more broadly, the entire international community. This past weekend, these seven main countries (with Russia joining the organization in 2006) met in Evian, France. Provided and developed by the University of...

http://www.g8.utoronto.ca/
View Resource World Policy Institute

The World Policy Institute, located within the New School University since 1991, is concerned with promoting and engaging the public debate and scholarship surrounding international diplomacy and world politics. As such, the Institute seeks to "offer innovative policy proposals for public debate with the goal of developing an internationalist consensus on the measures needed for the management of...

http://www.worldpolicy.org/