Political blogs provide average Internet users with a platform for communicating personal political beliefs to anyone willing to read them. Spanning all political ideologies—there are conservative blogs, liberal blogs, moderate blogs and beyond—political blogs are characterized by varying degrees of clarity, insight and vehemence. In this Political Blogs Web Guide you’ll find a selection of the best political blogs and tools to help you discover your own favorites.
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Some bloggers have devoted themselves entirely to covering international politics. Below, you’ll find sites that illuminate foreign matters and offer the opinions of those who care about international issues.
- Most major newspapers have an opinion section rich with commentary on international politics. Be sure to check the editorial sections of your favorite news sources in your search for informed and thought-provoking opinions.
is an international politics blog cowritten by three doctoral candidates from Oxford and one graduate who is now a research analyst in Washington, DC. With clear headlines and plenty of primary source quotes, it’s one of the newsier blogs you’ll find. It also provides links to articles of interest.
Informed Comment: Global Affairs
is a group blog that covers current international events. The content focuses on the Middle East and Asia, and includes video clips, links to articles, and some “informed comment” on events. The team is made up of professors and scholars from both the United States and abroad.
is an online discussion of political and social developments in Saudi Arabia, the Middle East and the Muslim world at large. Read what others have to say or consider signing up for the site’s forum
, where you can post some of your own questions and comments. This Web site is slightly more formal than a traditional private blog.
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