African Studies Internet Resources, Columbia University
A compilation of electronic bibliographic resources and research materials on Africa available on the global Internet, organized by region and country, created by the African Studies Department of Columbia University Libraries.
IR’s International Resource Network (IRN) contains profiles of journalists, photojournalist, researchers, aid workers, field experts and information officers working in, or with matters that concern, the developing world.
This www Virtual Library: International Affairs Resources is a frequently updated Internet directory of over 2000 annotated links to high-quality English-language sources of information and analysis in a wide range of international affairs, international relations, international studies, global studies, and global education topics.
IREON - The international relations and area studies gateway
The gateway offers bibliographic references, full-text documents and (soon) web sites on foreign and security policy, international cooperation and development policy, European politics and transatlantic relations, regional and country studies worldwide, foreign cultural policy and climate, environment, energy. Operating agency of this gateway is the German Information Network International Relations and Area Studies.
The African Collection has a focus on Anglophone southern, central, east, and west Africa; Francophone and Lusophone countries are also represented. It includes books, periodicals, and newspapers, as well as holdings of maps, photographs, and archival materials.
United Nations Economic Commission for Africa's federated search portal for scientific and socio-economic information on Africa from several different sources - including Open Access literature, commercial databases, online journals, (UN)ECA publications, etc.
Links to Internet resources on the francophone Africa. Culture, literature and music, news media, country-specific resources and more. Maintained by the The Department of Languages & Literatures at Lehman College. In French.
The World Bank’s official open access repository for its research outputs and knowledge products, among others reports, journal articles, serial publications, working papers etc. Contents are published under different Creative Commons licenses.