The website of the Rosa Luxemburg Foundation maintains a section about the debate on the "American Empire," with a broad overview of other sources that publish on "Empire."
The Washington Post has posted a website devoted to exposing the expansive "top-secret world" created by the US government after 9/11. After a two-year investigation, the paper found that the system has become so costly and expansive that no one knows just how big it is. (Washington Post)
This gallery depicts pictures of the Shah of Iran and US Presidents from 1943 until 1977. It contains photos and speeches of the Shah with the US Presidents and their families in different occasions both in the US and in Iran. (Presidential Libraries Collection)
The Project on Defense Alternatives (PDA) provides hundreds of links, documents and books on US defense strategy, military capabilities and the war on terrorism. PDA also provides resources on US history and territorial expansion, asking if the most powerful nation in the world is an empire.
Human Rights Watch maintains an up-to-date listing of states exercising repressive policy measures against certain less advantaged groups, such as political opponents, separatists, religious groups, refugees and asylum-seekers. Since the 9/11 attacks governments have employed and executed these measures in the name of the "war on terrorism." Naming groups seen as a threat – political, economic or other – as being "terrorist" is perceived by states as an effective method of avoiding criticism from human rights organizations.
A research and educational organization that serves as a forum on ethics and international policy. The Council's project on Empire and Democracy
focuses on multilateral ways to promote democracy.
A think-tank established in 1997 by Dick Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld and Paul Wolfowitz, among others, that seeks to promote US global leadership by increasing defense spending and adopting a "foreign policy that boldly and purposefully promotes American principles abroad."
The National Security Archive functions both as a non governmental, non-profit institution, a research institute on international affairs, a library and archive of declassified US documents, a public interest law firm defending and expanding public access to government information, and an indexer and publisher of the documents in books, microfiche, and electronic formats.
An American government document entitled "What You Need to Know About the US Embargo".
UN Involvement Against Terrorism
This UN page provides UN initiatives, documents and latest developments in the campaign to fight terrorism.
This page provides international agreements since 1963 to combat international terrorism in its many forms.
A link to the committee established pursuant to resolution 1373 concerning counter-terrorism
A link to briefing summaries from UK Ambassador Jeremy Greenstock, Chairman of the Counter-Terrorism Committee.
This UN page provides Security Council action against terrorism since 1989, including resolutions, presidential statements and verbatim reports.
This UN page provides General Assembly's resolutions to prevent terrorism since 1981.
This UN page provides reports of the Secretary-General, including information from states.
A link to statements made by US Ambassadors Negroponte and Cunningham on the terrorist crisis
Site includes resolutions, reports, decisions and NGO statements.
Posted by the Cuba Program at the Center for International Policy.