Much research in International Affairs relies heavily on official government sources of information, as well as materials from NGOs. There is a wide range of material, ranging from State Department cables & analysis, to Congressional hearings, reports & Executive Orders. Much of this is available to the public online or through subscription services.
The internet also allows for researchers to access a wide range of resources: academic, government, or non-governmental organizations (NGOs) of every kind: political, educational, environmental or humanitarian.
Example NGOs include:
Other international institutions maintain informative websites, such as: