Links to Institutions:
The Institute for Public Policy Research is the UK’s leading progressive think tank, producing cutting edge research and innovative policy ideas for a just, democratic and sustainable world.
ippr was founded by Lord Hollick, who developed the idea for an independent progressive think tank in 1986. With Lord Eatwell, Lord Hollick spent two years establishing the institute, which was publicly launched in 1988 with Tessa Blackstone as its first chair and James Cornford as its first director.
Since 1988, we have been at the forefront of
progressive debate and policymaking in the UK. Through our independent
research and analysis we define new agendas for change and provide practical
solutions to challenges across the full range of public policy issues.
These pages are designed to provide anyone
interested in American Studies with information about this exciting and
dynamic university course. If you want to study America at degree level and
discover what opportunities an American Studies degree offers to you, just
Fares Institute for Public Policy and International Affairs:
objective is for the Institute to become a respected think-tank addressing
major public policy questions in Lebanon and the region as a whole.”
John Waterbury, President, AUB
Run by Michael Cullinane - a PhD student at University College, Cork - this website is dedicated to furthering our understanding about anti-imperialism in the US.
"It was created to fill the demand for historical debate and to expand the availability of academic sources online, particularly in relation to the notions of liberty and twentieth century American foreign policy. I hope that it will bring a further dimension to students, academics, independent scholars, and anyone interested in such subjects." Michael Cullinane, site founder.
Links to Foreign Policy and Media
United States Foreign Policy
Wall Street Journal
St. Petersburg Times (FL)
The Financial Times
New York Times
In These Times
Informed Comment (Juan Cole)