Research links are your way to access the best the Internet has to offer on foreign policy and international relations. The list is kept up to date by staffers from CFR's Library and Research Services Department.
Includes news, data, background and history, government and international initiatives, and more resources on issues in development, aid, standards of living, and governance. See Humanitarian Relief Organizations Research Links for finding credible charities for donations and more about aid standards and transparency.
See more in Global; Development
Research Links on Think Tanks on International Affairs provides directories, analysis of the functions, impact, and transparency of think tanks, and tools to search for think tank publications and events.
See more in Global; Nonstate Actors and Nongovernmental Organizations
Terrorism Research Links provide news, definitions and history, terrorism organizations and networks, responses to terrorism, resources on 9/11 and more.
See more in Terrorism; Global
The Americas Research Links include news, country background, government and diplomatic representation, data, U.S. policy toward the Americas, organizations, history of the Americas, comprehensive research guides.
See more in Latin America and the Caribbean; North America; Politics and Strategy
With the Universal Declaration of the Human Rights in 1948, the international community committed to prevent future mass atrocities and violations of human rights. Democracy and Human Rights Research Links provide news, research guides, organizations, country assessments, and more information on political reform and human rights.
See more in Global; Peace, Conflict, and Human Rights
President Obama listed infrastructure as one of the key investments to the United State's long-term economic growth and its ability to be a world leader. However, by some estimates from 2006 and 2007 data, the U.S. government expenditure on infrastructure recently dropped to about 2.4% of its GDP, while Europe spends 5% of its GDP and China spends about 9% of its GDP in this sector.
See more in United States; Infrastructure
See more in Iraq; Nation Building; Wars and Warfare
How does education in the United States compare to education in other nations? Research links for news, statistics, and reports on comparative education.
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Osama bin Laden's messages reached his followers and his opponents through multiple media channels. Research Links aims to provide researchers with a more comprehensive timeline of statements made by bin Laden between 1994 to 2011, as well as additional background information.
See more in Middle East and North Africa; Terrorist Leaders
Research links about international trade and investment, including news, policy, agreements, and markets.
See more in Trade; International Finance
How can businesses prevent partnering with corrupt businesses abroad and enforce ethical practices in their organizations? Links to news, policies, conferences, guides, tools, and corporate social responsibility initiatives to fight corruption in business and create a competitive, honest international market.
See more in Corruption and Bribery; Trade
Avian Flu Research Links provide news, fact sheets, data, relevant organizations, and more information on avian influenza.
See more in Public Health Threats and Pandemics; Global
See more in International Organizations and Alliances; International Law
Research Links on Proliferation provide news, data, journals, U.S. government initiatives and documents, international organizations, alliances, and treaties.
See more in Proliferation; Global
See more in United States; Elections
The Center for Universal Education has compiled recent reports and findings as a one-stop-shop for research on universal education.
See more in Education
See more in Global; Society and Culture
See more in North America; Trade
See more in Global; Democratization