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The Oxford University Strategic Studies Group is well connected with the strategic and security studies communities in the UK and abroad. Below, you can find links to groups we have regular contact with. We have a particularly strong connection to the Geneva University Strategic Studies Group. Please also have a look at our Sponsors' Page and the OUSSG GroupSpaces page, where events are regularly posted to the calendar; should they enrol on this, members can view any members-only event details there. There is also an OUSSG Facebook group which similarly advises of upcoming activities.




Groups of interest outside Oxford

International Institute for Strategic Studies

Chatham House, home of the Chatham House Rule

The Global Strategy Forum

Royal United Services Institute

The Defence Academy of the United Kingdom

Department for International Development (DFID) (UK)

The Geneva Centre for Security Policy



Other websites of interest

The World Freedom Atlas, a geovisualisation tool developed in the US for 'for social scientists, journalists, NGO/IGO workers, and others who wish to have a better understanding of issues of freedom, democracy, human rights, and good governance'. Maps based on various variables.

Extensive (though not exhaustive) links to international and US Strategic Intelligence institutions and study resources provided by Loyola College in Maryland.

The Centre for Defence and International Security Studies (CDISS) (UK)'s links resource listing Non-Governmental and Academic organisations, Governmental and Military bodies and International Organisations.

Links to official bodies involved with UK intelligence are listed at Cabinet Office's intelligence pages on the UK Intelligence Community.

The Canadian Defence and Foreign Affairs Institute's list of links including assorted sites and bodies of interest, such as selected International Institutions and Academic Centres (not comprehensive).

For quick reference, the Wikipedia list of US Foreign Policy think tanks.

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 02 November 2010 )

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