Global Development Network, GDN
The goal of the Global
Development Network (GDN) is to support and link research and policy
institutes involved in the field of development, and whose work is
predicated on the notion that ideas matter. The initiative, still in
its early phase, has proceeded on two fronts: knowledge generation
and knowledge sharing.
Information is provided by Ms Natalia Dinello, Senior Political
SOCIONET - Information
spacial area of social sciences
The North-West regional server
Project is directed by
Dr Sergey Parinov
Copenhagen Peace Research Institute (COPRI)
Copenhagen Peace Research
Institute (COPRI) was established as an independent institute by the
Danish Parliament in 1985 aimed at supporting and strengthening
multidisciplinary research on Peace and Security. The purpose of
COPRI is to stimulate debate and research on international key
issues related to Peace and Security Studies. The institute does
this through research, seminars, publications and news.
All working papers from the
last three years, are available for download including:
Ideas, Images, and their
Producers: The Case of Region-making in Russia's North West
(Andrey S. Makarychev);
The Discourses of St.
Petersburg and the Shaping of a Wider Europe: Territory, Space
and Post-Sovereign Politics (Viatcheslav Morozov);
Human Rights and Foreign
Policy Discourse in Today’s Russia: Romantic Realism and
Securitisation of Identity (Viatcheslav Morozov)
site is devoted to The Institutional Economics and the economists
working in this area/
America's premiere source of applied research on enduring policy
Stalin's Legacy by David Satter
Non-Governmental Human Rights Organization.
TACTICS IN HUMAN RIGHTS
Center for Victims of Torture, USA
“Making Allies: Engaging Government Officials to Advance Human
Rights” by Boris Pustyntsev, ed. by Liam Mahony
This article will describe how Citizens' Watch, a Russian NGO
based in St. Petersburg, has effectively built collaborative
relationships with influential bureaucrats within the Russian
Bukovskiy "Russia will fall to seven pieces"
Vladimir Bukovskiy's interview "Russia will fall to seven pieces"
by Irina Boroghan, Andrey Soldatov
Igor Berezin, President of Marketers' Guild
of incomes of the population of Russia - 02. Analytical vision"