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View Resource BosNet: Republic of Bosnia-Hercegovina Discussion List

BosNet is a forum run by volunteers. Its goals are to present and distribute information relevant to the events in/about Republic of Bosnia-Hercegovina (RB&H), and to initiate and coordinate various initiatives, etc. The list is moderated, which means that only selected contributions are published. The contributions/opinions presented on BosNet do not necessarily reflect personal opinions of the...

https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/bosnet/info
View Resource The European Commission Representation in the United Kingdom: The Week in Europe

Published online each Thursday by the UK Offices of the European Commission, The Week In Europe offers a weekly summary of political, social, and economic developments in the European Union (EU). Indexed by title and topic sentence, the summaries consist of short paragraphs with links to full-text documents, statistics, or other sites with further information.

https://ec.europa.eu/unitedkingdom/
View Resource The World Wide Web Virtual Library: European Integration History Index

This portion of the World Wide Web Virtual Library (WWW VL) links to a collection of online resources related to European integration. European integration is understood here "as the process of political, economic and cultural integration and co-operation between various European countries in the 20th century - mainly in the period after 1945". While the total number of sites indexed by this...

http://vlib.iue.it/hist-eur-integration/Index.html
View Resource National Security Archive Electronic Briefing Book No. 14: Did NATO Win the Cold War?

In light of the 50th anniversary of NATO, Vojtech Mastny has written "Did NATO Win the Cold War? Looking over the Wall," an article that views the history of NATO "from the other side." To supplement his article, which appears in the May-June 1999 issue of Foreign Affairs, the author and the National Security Archive (see the September 20, 1996 Scout Report) have compiled 23 documents to provide...

http://nsarchive2.gwu.edu//NSAEBB/NSAEBB14/index.htm
View Resource EUROPARL: Plenary Sessions of the European Parliament

The Plenary Sessions Website of the European Parliament makes available the Europarl's published reports, verbatim reports of its proceedings, minutes, rules of procedure, consolidated legislative documents, and adopted texts. Each category of document offers a variety of search/browse parameters including date, plenary session, responsible party, Europarl document numbering, and the like. The...

http://www.europarl.europa.eu/news/en/agenda/briefing
View Resource EIoPortal: European Integration Online Portal

Researchers in European studies will be interested to know that the Website of European Integration Online Papers (EIOP) (see the June 13, 1997 Scout Report) has become the European Integration Online Portal, offering direct links to not only the working papers of EIOP but to the European Research Papers Archive and to Euronet, a gateway to Internet sites and resources on issues of European...

http://eiop.or.at/
View Resource Archives of SOUTH-EAST-EUROPE-FORUM@JISCMAIL.AC.UK

This electronic discussion list, created by the South East European Research Unit at the University of Glasgow, aims to be an interdisciplinary forum for academics and researchers interested in the socio-cultural and geopolitical issues of southeastern Europe. The forum will emphasize discussion of the major transitional processes occurring in the Balkans, promote the exchange of scholarly...

https://www.jiscmail.ac.uk/cgi-bin/webadmin?A0=SOUTH-EAST-EU...
View Resource Living in Europe

Weblogs on just about every topic imaginable (including a few which no one would have imagined) are now available. And, after some time spent living in the shadows of traditional formats such as television and mainstream periodicals, they have garnered the attention of major media programs. One of the more interesting weblog sites out there is Living in Europe, which consists of a cooperative of...

http://www.livingineurope.net
View Resource Archive of European Integration

The creation of a so-called “common market” and throughout the European countries has taken decades, and this valuable scholarly resource created by a team of academics will be of great interest to anyone with a penchant for this subject. The idea for this archive of European Integration was devised by Phil Wilkin (who now serves as its editor), and over the years, his efforts have been aided by a...

http://aei.pitt.edu/
View Resource The European Values Study

Curious minds want to know: "What exactly do Europeans believe?" It's an important and interesting question, and the directors and researchers in charge of the European Values Study (EVS) have been looking into this subject since the early 1980s. Based in the Netherlands the EVS concerns itself with asking Europeans about religion and morality, politics, work and leisure, and relationships. On...

http://www.europeanvaluesstudy.eu/
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