Since 1983, the University of California Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation (IGCC) has worked on research which looks "into the causes of international conflict and cooperation." The Institute draws on scholars from around the University of California system, and they also have a number of visiting scholars from different parts of the world. On their homepage, visitors will notice four primary sections, including "Research", "Regions", and "Publications". In the "Research" area, visitors can learn about their three primary thematic projects, and also learn about the researchers working on each area. In the "Publications" area, visitors can peruse a list of recent publications, which include books, reports, and journal articles. The easiest way to access some of these publications is via the subsections within the "Publications" area. Visitors should also look at their calendar and consider signing up for the IGCC e-newsletter via the homepage. A dip into the homepage updates is a good idea as well, and in the past it has contained reviews of books by IGCC scholars and reports like "Political Attitudes Under Repression: Evidence from North Korean Refugees".
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