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POL 641 Comparing East Asia & Western Europe: U.S. Govt. Info

Provides information resources for this Fall Semester 2016 class taught by Prof. Mark Tilton.

U.S. Government Information

Numerous U.S. Government resources provide information about contemporary  East Asian and West European political and economic developments including:

State Department Bureau of East Asian & Pacific Affairs

State Dept. Bureau of European & Eurasian Affairs

U.S. Department Agriculture Foreign Agricultural Service

Central Intelligence Agency World Factbook

Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA)-Administers U.S. military assistance programs

Defense Dept. Annual Report on Chinese Military Power (2016) 
   2009-2015 linked to from HERE

Army War College Strategic Studies Institute

Army Foreign Military Studies Office

Naval War College China Maritime Studies Institute

Commerce Dept. Export.gov/ (Provides information on export opportunities for U.S. businesses and economic conditions in foreign countries)

Energy  Information Administration (Foreign country energy information resources)

U.S. Geological Survey Minerals Yearbook (Foreign countries-annual report on their mineral resources and policies)

Treasury Dept. Office of International Affairs

U.S. Trade Representative (Negotiates trade agreements with foreign countries and international govt. organizations)

U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission (Examines national security implications of bilateral Chinese-U.S. trade and economic relationship)

Congress House Foreign Affairs Committee

Senate Foreign Relations Committee (Congressional committees are responsible for approving new legislation, revising existing legislation, funding government programs, and conducting oversight of these programs.  Senator Todd Young (R-IN) is a member of this committee.)

Commission on Security Cooperation in Europe (Congressional commission reviewing European countries compliance with the 1975 Helsinki Commission)

Congressional Executive Commission on China (Monitors China's human rights performance)

Congressional Research Service (Courtesy:  University of North Texas)

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