USI – The United Service Institution of India.

United Service Institution of India (USI) is a national security and defence services think tank based in New Delhi, India. It describes its aim as the “furtherance of interest and knowledge in the art, science and literature of the defence services”.

USI operates centres for research in various areas of national security. The USI Journal, published quarterly since 1872, is the oldest defence journal in Asia. It also publishes a number of monographs based on research and study by its members.

Location: New Delhi, India
Young Professionals in Foreign Policy

Young Professionals in Foreign Policy (YPFP) is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, global organization dedicated to fostering the next generation of foreign policy leaders. Founded in 2004, it is headquartered in Washington, D.C., with branches in New York, London and Brussels and over five major hubs around the world. YPFP’s mission is to foster the next generation of foreign policy leaders by providing young professionals with the knowledge, skills, exposure and relationships to tackle critical global challenges over the course of their careers.

Location: Washington, DC, United States
Institute for the Danube Region and Central Europe

The Institute for the Danube Region and Central Europe (IDM) was founded in 1953 and initially focused on the Danube region in its research. In 1993, it was renamed the Institute for the Danube Region and Central Europe. IDM acts as a gateway to the region and contributes greatly to the cooperation in the fields of politics, economics, research and culture. At the same time, IDM sees itself as a clearinghouse for the Danube region and Central and Southeast Europe by supporting the work of embassies, trade missions, cultural institutes and national tourist offices.

Location: Vienna, Austria

GLOBSEC is an independent, non-partisan, nongovernmental organization that builds on the successful work done by the Slovak Atlantic Commission (est. 1993). Its main goal is to shape the global debate through conducting research activities and connecting key experts on foreign and security policy.

Location: Bratislava, Slovakia
Arab Digest

Arab Digest is a private members club offering expert political analysis about the Middle East and North Africa. It is made up of a few hundred elite people worldwide, including decision-makers in business and politics, people in the British Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) and other foreign ministries, as well as others in the media, the academic world, energy industry and more. To keep pace with events as they unfold, Arab Digest members receive a daily newsletter about the region containing a mix of material drawn from a very wide range of published sources, together with original input from the editor and Arab Digest’s high-level network.

Location: London, United Kingdom
Valley of Words

Valley of Words (VoW) is a not-for-profit volunteer-driven initiative of the Valley of Words Foundation Trust. An open-access literature and arts festival brings together readers, writers, critics and listeners from the world of fiction, non-fiction and poetry. The VoW festival recognises and felicitates authors from genres such as fiction and non-fiction in both English and Hindi, translation into Hindi and English from other Indian languages, writing for young adults and books for children. VoW also organises debates and cultural events around the country.

Location: Dehradun, India
Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right

The Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right (CARR) will be the leading information aggregator and knowledge repository on the radical right, past and present. Above all, CARR intends to lead discussion on the development of radical right extremism around the world. To do this, CARR will feature work by academic experts on the radical right in Europe, the US and beyond. Research fellows will write blogs, add bibliographic content, contribute video blogs and podcasts; and above all, to make themselves available for media commentary, stakeholder consultation and policy formulation.

Location: Leeds, United Kingdom
CKGSB Knowledge

CKGSB Knowledge is the English-language business and economics magazine of the Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB). Established in November 2002, CKGSB aims to cultivate transformative business leaders with a global vision, a humanistic spirit, a strong sense of social responsibility and an innovative mindset, so that they embrace innovation and strive for social and global good.

Location: Beijing, China

uTalk, formerly EuroTalk, is a company based in London that has been making language learning software for over 30 years. Its fun, games-based approach, breadth of content and focus on communicative skills mean that over 30 million customers have used the uTalk method to start learning a new language. It has now taken that passion for language learning and channeled it into an app — uTalk – Learn Any Language — where users can choose any of over 140 languages to learn and be up and speaking in no time.

Location: London, United Kingdom
Kerning Cultures Network

Founded in 2015, the Kerning Cultures Network is the first venture-funded podcast company in the Middle East. We also happen to be female-led. Featuring a line-up of award-winning immersive Arabic and English podcasts for curious listeners. At Kerning Cultures, we tell the kinds of stories in which we can actually see ourselves. Because we love stories — really good stories, and there are so many from our region just waiting to be told.

Location: Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Gulf State Analytics

Gulf State Analytics (GSA) is a Washington, DC-based geopolitical analysis firm that assesses risks and opportunities among Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) states for lenders, traders, investors, policymakers and other parties. Founded in 2014, GSA’s analysis is routinely referenced in global media outlets, including The Wall Street Journal, the Financial Times and Bloomberg.

Location: Washington, DC, United States
Origins: Current Events in Historical Perspective

A project of the Public History Initiative and eHistory in the History Department at the Ohio State University, Origins is a free and ad-free monthly publication featuring long-form articles, short essays on historical anniversaries, book reviews and podcasts, all featuring historians on today’s pressing popular topics.Every month since 2007, the publication has provided historical insight on current events that matter to the United States and the world. Its main long-form article appears on the 15th of each month and features an expert, who analyzes a pressing issue — whether political, cultural or social — in a broader, deeper context.

Location: Ohio, United States

Knowledge@Wharton is an online business analysis journal of the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.

Launched in 1999, Knowledge@Wharton has grown into a network of sites that includes a global edition in English and regional editions in Spanish, Portuguese, Simplified Chinese and Traditional Chinese, as well as a site for high school students and educators.

Location: Philadelphia, United States
Global and International Studies, University of Salamanca Graduate School

The degrees at the University of Salamanca Graduate School provide the necessary knowledge base, skills and abilities to successfully compete in the new global job markets. Its MA programs in Global and International Studies are taught fully in English by an international team of scholars and practitioners. The university’s think tank offers research openings and hands-on professional development, as well as access to networks of experts in various fields.

Location: Salamanca, Spain


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