Public and International Affairs Resources
It isn't possible to include every possible online resource related to public affairs and international affairs on a single web page, but these links should provide a useful starting point for additional research in these areas.
The College of Social Sciences (COSS) is the FSU unit responsible for the Social Science & Public Affairs Living-Learning Community. The College contains six departments that are likely to be of interest to students in this community, listed here along with their faculty lists (which might give you some ideas about each department's research and teaching strengths) and their undergraduate student resource pages:
Other COSS and FSU Resources
From the College of Social Sciences:
From other FSU units:
Local Government: Tallahassee and Leon County
Tallahassee is located in Leon County, Florida. Because Tallahassee is the county seat, we have both the city and county governments here in town.
State Government: Florida
Tallahassee is the state capital of Florida, so we have unique opportunities to observe and experience state government in action.
The Federal Government
International affairs involves a large number of actors. While most people think of nation-states (more commonly known as "states" or "countries") as the most important actors, there are many other important actors that are either larger than states (like the UN) or smaller than states. Here are a few major lists of states and state-like actors:
Major International Organizations
The following are a few of the thousands of intergovernmental organizations that are active in world politics today:
Information about Political Actors and International Affairs
The U.S. government provides many useful international affairs resources:
There are also numerous other useful international affairs resources on the Web:
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