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Please feel free to recommend any websites or other information you think would be of general (or specialized) interest. Send your suggestions to: Dmitry Kulik, Library Manager, Institute of World Politics.

GovEngine.com

This site is dedicated to promoting e-Government initiatives and interconnectivity between the federal, state and local levels of government with the citizens. GovEngine's goal is to provide to the citizens of the United States of America an educational awareness and broadened understanding of online government accessibility and to emphasize the communication and cooperation between all branches and levels of government with the public. Site contains over 17,000 federal, state, and local governmental links.

The New Dictionary of Cultural Literacy"The manifestation of one of the most influential modern educational theories, the 6,900 entries in this major new reference work form the touchstone of what it means to be not only just a literate American but an active citizen in our multicultural democracy."

Reference Resources

Bartleby.com combines the best of both contemporary and classic reference works into the most comprehensive public reference library ever published on the web.

Deadly Maps

The complete collection of maps from Carnegie's, Deadly Arsenals: Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Threats. Click on each map to view a larger image. Windows users should hold the cursor over the image and click on the icon appearing in the lower right-hand corner to expand the map to its full size. The first five maps reflect the worldwide proliferation of nuclear, chemical, and biological weapons and their missile delivery systems. The country maps show the major nuclear installations, both civilian and military, in each country.

Disputes: International http://www.cia.gov/cia/publications/factbook/fields/2070.html

This web page from the CIA World Factbook, outlines all the territorial disputes and wars taking place in the world today, from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe. 


Report of the National Intelligence Council's 2020 Project

 http://www.cia.gov/nic/NIC_globaltrend2020.html

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