Expert Sitings: Gareth Evans

alertnet.org AlertNet is a Reuters-operated online news network that keeps international relief professionals up-to-date on humanitarian crises around the globe — from earthquakes in Turkey to an Ebola outbreak in Uganda. http://www.tol.org/client/ Transitions Online, a Czech-based nonprofit organization funded by, among others, financier-philanthropist George Soros, covers the latest news in 28 post-Communist countries, including political, ...

alertnet.org
AlertNet is a Reuters-operated online news network that keeps international relief professionals up-to-date on humanitarian crises around the globe -- from earthquakes in Turkey to an Ebola outbreak in Uganda.

alertnet.org
AlertNet is a Reuters-operated online news network that keeps international relief professionals up-to-date on humanitarian crises around the globe — from earthquakes in Turkey to an Ebola outbreak in Uganda.

http://www.tol.org/client/
Transitions Online, a Czech-based nonprofit organization funded by, among others, financier-philanthropist George Soros, covers the latest news in 28 post-Communist countries, including political, economic, and environmental developments, the status of minorities, arts and culture, and much more.

iwpr.net
In addition to providing reporting and writing training for journalists (never a bad idea), the Institute for War and Peace Reporting runs a Web site that offers excellent firsthand reportage from many of the world’s conflict and at-risk zones, including Iraq, Central Asia, the Balkans, and Africa.

timeanddate.com/worldclock
This Web page features current times in over 500 cities. That’s bliss for congenitally confused global travelers like me who are always trying to get their bearings.

www.irinnews.org
Integrated Regional Information Networks is a Web site operated by the U.N. Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs. It is an excellent source for real-time information on emerging or ongoing crises in Africa, Central and West Asia, and the Middle East.

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