Security, Conflict and Justice resources*
Opinio Juris: http://opiniojuris.org/. International law site containing blogs, opinion pieces, and sources.
Just Security: https://www.justsecurity.org. A collection of blog articles on security, politics and law, with an emphasis on US debates.
Duck of Minerva: http://duckofminerva.com/. Blog on international security/IR.
Women also know stuff: https://womenalsoknowstuff.com/. A resource for finding women experts in politics.
SSRC “on the art of writing proposals”:
https://www.ssrc.org/publications/view/7A9CB4F4-815F-DE11-BD80-001CC477EC70/. An extremely useful guide to writing research and grant proposals.
E IR: https://www.e-ir.info/. A useful site with blog posts but also free online textbooks!
The Center of Systemic Peace (in particular see ‘Global Report’): www.systemicpeace.org. A collection of conflict data and analysis of trends in conflict and political violence.
Uppsala Conflict Data Project, Uppsala University: http://ucdp.uu.se. Arguably the most authoritative collection of datasets on armed conflict, including geo-coded data.
Correlates of War: www.correlatesofwar.org. The oldest collection of datasets on inter-state and intrastate armed conflict (with also the widest historical coverage).
Global Peace Index: www.visionofhumanity.org/#/page/indexes/global-peaceindex. A survey of global peace and development, including a global ‘Peace Index’.
International Crisis Group: www.crisisgroup.org. One of the best, most highly respected non-governmental sources of information and analysis on political crises and conflict.
The Centre for Security Studies Blog Network (CSS at ETH Zurich): https://isnblog.ethz.ch. Quality commentary on a broad range of security issues and challenges.
Open Democracy: https://www.opendemocracy.net. High profile site covering political crises, authoritarianism, and conflict.
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