Archived Web Sites Global Policy Forum: Home Page

Format Archived Web Sites
Contributors Global Policy Form
Dates 2002 to 2011
Language English
Subjects Globalization
History
Human Rights
Iraq
Iraq War
Security, International
Title
Global Policy Forum: Home Page
Summary
Global Policy Forum has built this large web site as its primary vehicle for information and outreach. On the site, GPF has published hundreds of original papers on global policy issues, as well as thousands of pages of documents and data. The site is designed to be used by the general public as well as by students and specialists. GPF is based in New York City and accredited to the United Nations. It has addressed issues primarily in three areas: the UN Security Council and Council reform (so as to strengthen international peace and human security) the UN financial crisis (so as to insure resources for the UN's many important programs) social and economic policy at the global level (so as to win greater rights and justice and to oppose policies of private accumulation at all costs)
Contributor Names
Global Policy Form
Subject Headings
-  Iraq War, 2003-
-  Iraq -- History -- 2003-
-  Security, International
-  Human rights
-  Globalization
Genre
web site
Form
electronic
Repository
Library of Congress, Washington, D.C., 20540 USA
Other Formats
http://cdn.loc.gov/service/webcapture/project_1/mods/lcwa00010003.xml
Source Url
www.globalpolicy.org/
Access Condition
None
Scopes
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www.globalpolicy.org/ (domain)
http://webarchive.loc.gov/all/*/www.globalpolicy.org/
www.globalpolicy.org (domain)
http://webarchive.loc.gov/all/*/www.globalpolicy.org


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