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POL 641 Comparing East Asia & Western Europe: Public Policy Research Institutions

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

Public Policy Research Institutions/Think Tanks

Numerous U.S. and international public policy research institutions or think-tanks cover Asian and European political and economic developments.  Examples include:

Brookings Institution

Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS)

CSIS Asian Maritime Transparency Initiative

China Institute of International Studies

Council on Foreign Relations

Danish Institute for International Studies

German Institute for International & Security Affairs

Heritage Foundation (Conservative perspectives on domestic U.S. and international issues)

Ilmin International Relations Institute (South Korea)

Institut Francais des Relations International (IFRI)

International Crisis Group Asia  and Europe and Central Asia

Italian Institute of International Affairs

Japan Institute of International Affairs

Korea Institute for National Security Strategy (Publishes Journal for East Asian Affairs)

Military Balance (This is an annual publication by Britain's International Institute of Strategic Studies (IISS)(Purdue Users Only)

Project 2049 -Organization seeking to analyze economic, political, security, and social issues in the Asia-Pacific Region

Rand Corporation

S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies (Singapore)

Stockholm International Peace ResearchTaiwan Institute of International Relations Institute (SIPRI) Military Expenditure Database

Taiwan Institute of International Relations





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