Amnesty International is a non-profit organization campaigning for human rights around the globe. The site’s “Library” and “News” links provide human-rights related reports and country analyses.
Brookings Institution is an independent non-partisan think-tank conducting research on economic, social, and foreign policy issues.
Foreign Affairs is a journal covering international affairs and U.S. foreign policy, published by the Council on Foreign Relations, a non-partisan resource for information and analysis.
The Globalist is a daily online magazine on the global economy, politics and culture (free for registered users).
The North American Congress on Latin America (NACLA) is a non-profit organization providing comprehensive information on major trends in Latin America and its relations with the U.S.; publishes the bimonthly magazine Nacla Report on the Americas.
Thompson Reuters Foundation is a humanitarian news network, reporting on humanitarian crises around the world; also provides country profiles with focus on humanitarian issues and field news from the NGO sector.
United Nations News Service provides global news with a broad focus, from environment and humanitarian issues to global economic issues and politics.
The Worldwatch Institute, www.worldwatch.org, is a non-profit organization dedicated to environmental, economic, and social issues worldwide. The website provides up-to-date and comprehensive news, articles, and analyses; publishes the bimonthly WorldWatch magazine.
There is also a growing number of news websites (some of them are listed above), which offer podcast subscriptions, email newsletters, and RSS feeds, which are an effortless way of receiving news and reports on topics of your choice that relate to the region or country where you plan to live. Here are some of the main news networks providing podcasts and RSS news feeds on topics such as “World,” “International,” as well as regional sections such as “Asia” or “Africa”: