Q&A: Resources on international security for the Honors College

Question:
Is there an electronic copy of the resources for the Honors College students in International Security?

Answer: 

Yes, below is the list, with the links to the resources themselves.

Honors Program in International Security Studies 2009:
A short list of resources at Stanford Libraries

Databases:
PAIS [Public Affairs Information Service]
WorldCat [listings for thousands of libraries worldwide]
Worldwide Political Science Abstracts
EIU Country Data [Economist Intelligence Unit]
IMF Country Report [International Monetary Fund Library Network]
Armed Conflict Database [Very good at keeping up with “non-state armed groups” i.e “terrorists”]
Jane’s [Defense and Intelligence publications, also in paper via Socrates]
Forced Migration Online [Oxford U. Press]
Lexis Nexis [Newspapers and Legal Research]
Lexis Nexis Congressional [Congressional Publications and CRS reports]
United States Congressional Serial Set
House of Commons Parliamentary Papers
CAB [Commonwealth Agricultural Bureau: good for rural development issues and security at the local level]
World News Connection [FBIS] [CIA monitoring of world news broadcasts]
ProQuest Historical Newspapers [New York Times, Washington Post, Chicago Tribune, Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Times, etc.]
NewsBank [Access World News]
Facts On File World News Digest [Facts.com, 1940 to present]
Digital National Security Archive [historical materials, WWII through 1990s]
IGO/NGO Search
UNBISnet
World Bank E-Library

Data/Statistics:
World Development Indicators [WDI Online]
Lexis Nexis Statistical [and microfiche: ASI, IIS, SRI]
China Data Online
STAT-USA [Contains GLOBUS on international trade data]
OECD Stat & Source OECD
UNdata

Print Resources:
SIPRI Yearbook
United Nations Disarmament Yearbook
Europa World Year Book, current only online
Political Handbook of the World
Economist Intelligence Unit Country Reports: country by country, in many libraries across campus and in storage.
IMF Country Reports