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North America
  Allegheny Institute for Public Policy
  (http://www.alleghenyinstitute.org/)
  A non-partisan research and educational institute whose mission is to promote conservative public policies based free enterprise, limited and accountable government, individual freedom and a reverence for traditional values.
  American Enterprise Institute
  (http://www.aei.org)
  The American Enterprise Institute is dedicated to preserving and strengthening the foundations of freedom--limited government, private enterprise, vital cultural and political institutions, and a strong foreign policy and national defense--through scholarly research, open debate, and publications. Founded in 1943 and located in Washington, D.C., AEI is one of America's largest and most respected "think tanks."
  American Homeowners Grassroots Alliance
  (http://www.AmericanHomeowners.org)
  The homeowner's consumer advocacy organization, supporting federal, state, and local policies that benefit homeowners and encourage home ownership.
  Annapolis Center
  (http://www.annapoliscenter.org)
  The Annapolis Center promotes responsible environmental, health, and safety decision-making by applying a science foundation to the public policy process. In its approach, The Center supports the conclusions of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) Science Advisory Board (SAB), Relative Risk Reduction Strategies Committee in its report, "Reducing Risk: Setting Priorities and Strategies for Environmental Protection."
  Atlas Economic Research Foundation
  (http://www.atlasusa.org)
  The Atlas Economic Research Foundation works with think tanks and individuals around the world to advance a vision of a society of free and responsible individuals, based upon private property rights, limited government under the rule of law and the market order.
  Balkan Network
  (http://www.balkannetwork.org)
  The Balkan Network has linked together a number of independent economic think tanks across Eastern and Southern Europe. Its mission is to advocate market-based solutions in the region’s economic transition by contributing research on a range of important issues; to promote a democratic, market-oriented, free society by encouraging public debate; and to achieve policy reform in the region by increasing citizens' understanding of market-oriented policies.
  CATO Institute
  (http://www.cato.org)
  The CATO Institute seeks to broaden the parameters of public policy debate to allow consideration of the traditional American principles of limited government, individual liberty, free markets and peace.
  Coalition for Constitutional Liberties
  (http://www.libertycoalition.net/)
  Politically and culturally conservative think tank that focuses on the Culture War in America. Researches the question of whether America will return to the culture that made it great (traditional, Judeo-Christian, Western culture) or continue the long slide into the cultural and moral decay of political correctness. Represents the beliefs of millions of Americans who have expressed a concern with the invasion of their privacy, personal freedoms and constitutional liberties.
  Compass Points: A conservative blog by remowned author, Brad Miner
  (http://www.compasspointsblog.com)
  A conservative blog dedicated to exploring the interactions among books, other media, and world and political events. Brad Miner's Catholic-Libertarian-Conservative views offer a refreshing insight into some of the most important and controversial political topics of the day.
  Competitive Enterprise Institute
  (http://www.cei.org)
  The Competitive Enterprise Institute is a non-profit public policy organization dedicated to advancing the principles of free enterprise and limited government. They believe that individuals are best helped not by government intervention, but by making their own choices in a free marketplace.
  Defenders of Property Rights
  (http://www.yourpropertyrights.org)
  Defenders of Property Rights was founded in 1991 to counterbalance the governmental threat to private property as a result of a broad range of regulations. They believe that society can achieve important social objectives-- such as protection of the environment and preservation of our national heritage-- without destroying private property rights or undermining free market principles.
  Fraser Institute
  (http://www.fraserinstitute.ca/index.asp)
  As an independent public policy organization, The Fraser Institute focuses on the role competitive markets play in providing for the economic and social well-being of all Canadians.
  Free-Market.Net
  (http://www.isil.org)
  Free-Market.net's purpose is to use the Internet to encourage communication, cooperation, and positive action for freedom. Free-Market.net maintains a database of more than 10,000 current freedom-related news stories, books, job openings, action opportunities, events, and other resources.
  FreedomWorks
  (http://www.freedomworks.org/)
  FreedomWorks members know that government goes to those who show up. Since 1984, the 700,000 members of FreedomWorks/CSE have been fighting for lower taxes, less government, and more freedom
  Friedrich Naumann Foundation
  (http://www.fnstusa.org/Startpage.htm)
  The Friedrich Naumann Foundation is an independent German political foundation, founded in 1958. Committed to the advancement of individual freedom, it advocates the strengthening of democratic structures, the reduction of state interventionism, the advocacy of decentralization and privatization, the cutting of existing state regulations and of bureaucratic red tape in our daily lives.
  Goldwater Institute
  (http://www.goldwaterinstitute.org/)
  The Goldwater Institute is an independent, nonpartisan, research and educational organization dedicated to the study of public policy. The Institute advocates public policy founded upon the principles of limited government, economic freedom and individual responsibility.
  Heartland Institute
  (http://www.heartland.org)
  The Heartland Institute is a nonprofit public policy research organization dedicated to being the fastest, most convenient, most comprehensive, and most reliable source of public policy information for the nation's state and national elected officials, journalists, and its members. Heartland's mission is to help build social movements in support of ideas that empower people.
  Heritage Foundation
  (http://www.heritage.org)
  The Heritage Foundation is a research and educational institute - a think tank - whose mission is to formulate and promote conservative public policies based on the principles of free enterprise, limited government, individual freedom, traditional American values, and a strong national defense.
  Hudson Institute
  (http://www.hudson.org)
  Hudson Institute is a non-partisan policy research organization dedicated to innovative research and analysis that promotes global security, prosperity, and freedom. They challenge conventional thinking and help manage strategic transitions to the future through interdisciplinary and collaborative studies in defense, international relations, economics, culture, science, technology, and law.
  Independent Institute
  (http://www.independent.org)
  The mission of The Independent Institute is to transcend the all-too-common politicization and superficiality of public policy research and debate, redefine the debate over public issues, and foster new and effective directions for government reform.
  Institute for Humane Studies
  (http://www.theihs.org)
  The Institute for Humane Studies is a classical liberal educational institute dedicated to helping students with an interest in liberty achieve careers in ideas. IHS is an institute devoted to research and education in the conviction that greater understanding of human affairs and freedom would foster peace, prosperity, and social harmony.
  Libertas
  (http://www.libertyfilmfestival.com/libertas/)
  A forum for Conservative thought on film.
  Maine Heritage Policy Center
  (http://www.mainepolicy.org)
  The Maine Heritage Policy Center is a nonprofit and nonpartisan research and educational organization whose mission is to formulate and promote conservative public policies based on the principles of free enterprise; limited, constitutional government; individual freedom; and traditional American values--all for purpose of providing public policy solutions that benefit the people of Maine.
  Media Research Center
  (http://www.mrc.org)
  Bringing political balance and responsibility to the media.
  National Center for Public Policy Research
  (http://www.nationalcenter.org)
  The National Center for Public Policy Research is a communications and research foundation dedicated to providing free market solutions to today's public policy problems.
  osOpinion
  (http://www.osOpinion.com)
  Technology opinion commentary for the people by the people.
  Real Clear Politics
  (http://www.realclearpolitics.com)
  RealClearPolitics is the fastest growing portal for politics on the web. RCP provides links to the best commentary available on a daily basis, the latest political news, updates on Congress, political talk shows and polling info, as well as the most comprehensive list of politics links on the internet.
  Reason Online
  (http://www.reason.com)
  Reason Online is a complement to Reason magazine, updated daily with articles and columns on current developments in politics and culture. It covers politics, culture, and ideas through a provocative mix of news, analysis, commentary, and reviews. Provides a refreshing alternative to right-wing and left-wing opinion magazines by making a principled case for liberty and individual choice in all areas of human activity.
  Reason Public Policy Institute
  (http://www.rppi.org)
  Reason Public Policy Institute's research fuses theory and practice to craft workable policy changes that foster individual responsibility, choice, and competition.
  State Policy Network
  (http://www.spn.org)
  SPN is the service organization for America's state-based, free market think tank movement.
  Tech Law Journal
  (http://www.techlawjournal.com)
  A free access web site that provides news, records, analysis, and opinion regarding legislation, litigation, and regulation affecting computing, the Internet, and communications.
  Townhall.com
  (http://www.townhall.com)
  Townhall.com is a one-stop mall of ideas in which people congregate to exchange, discuss and disseminate the latest news and information from the conservative movement. Townhall.com is committed to inform, educate and empower the public through this emerging electronic medium.
  Uhuru Policy Group
  (http://www.uhurugroup.com)
  Uhuru means "Freedom" -- freedom for all Africans from entrenched government bureaucracies, negative thinking, and actions that undermine the rule of law -- that is our mission and sole objective for the Cradle of Civilization. We will educate, motivate, and ultimately liberate all Africans from historic poverty and failed governmental systems via free market principles and the rule of law not the cult of personality. Our mission is clear for Africa -- wealth and health for the entire continent versus the neo-imperialism of international aid.
Europe
  Adam Smith Institute
  (http://www.adamsmith.org)
  The Adam Smith Institute is the UK's leading innovator of free-market policies. It researches practical ways to inject choice and competition into public services, extend personal freedom, reduce taxes, prune back regulation, and cut government waste. The Institute works through research on policy options, publications, conferences and seminars, and helping to shape public debate in the media and among opinion-formers.
  Centre for the New Europe
  (http://www.centrefortheneweurope.org)
  The Centre for the New Europe (CNE) is a pan-European policy research institute based in Brussels, Belgium, maintaining a German office in Trier. It reflects and stimulates debate on economic, political, cultural and moral issues. The Centre has become a leading forum for discussing the animating ideas and practical implications of European Union policies.
  Civitas: The Institute for the Study of Civil Society
  (http://www.civitas.org.uk)
  The Institute's research programme focuses on four areas: health, welfare, education and the family, each underpinned by a single unifying theme: deepening public understanding of the legal, institutional and moral framework that makes a free and democratic society possible, and effecting a better division of responsibilities between government and civil society.
  Clingendael
  (http://www.clingendael.nl/publications/recent.html?language=English)
  Clingendael, The Netherlands Institute of International Relations, promotes the understanding of international affairs. Areas of study include European integration, transatlantic relations, international security, conflict studies, policy making on national and international energy markets, negotiations and diplomacy, the United Nations, and other international organizations.
  Eudoxa
  (http://www.eudoxa.se/content/archives/lang_english/index.html)
  Eudoxa is a Swedish think tank whose experienced writers have a wide variety of backgrounds ranging from natural sciences, psychology, cultural history and economy. Integrating all of these subjects enables them to present a comprehensive analysis of the issues our society will deal with tomorrow.
  European Tech Wire
  (http://www.europeantechwire.com)
  European Tech Wire is an independent email newsletter based in Dublin, Ireland, that publishes technology news about the entire European region. It is written by experienced financial journalists.
  Europeans for Tax Reform
  (http://www.eftr.org/)
  EFTR is a campaign-oriented organization, which focuses on the active promotion of tax reductions all over Europe. They plan to have two campaigns a year and communicate those campaigns via the Internet and the media at large. Complementing this they will commission projects to clearly and visibly illustrate the urgency of the problem of outrageous taxations levels in Europe.
  Freedom Institute
  (http://www.freedominst.org)
  Founded in 2003, The Freedom Institute is Ireland's Centre for Social, Economic and Political Studies. Their approach is simple - while others argue about causes, they seek solutions from the ideas and principles developed by great thinkers - Edmund Burke, Friedrich Hayek, Milton Friedman and their contemporaries.
  Institute for Free Enterprise
  (http://www.unternehmerischefreiheit.de)
  Based in Germany, the IFE advances the cause of entrepreneurial freedom via restrictions on government activity and resources. To encourage freedom and a more competitive economy, individual rights must be secured through legal reform. To this end, IUF/IFE advocates a new constitution of liberty for Germany and Europe. Site is available in German and English.
  Institute of Economic Affairs
  (http://www.iea.org.uk)
  This British based organization strives to improve public understanding of the fundamental institutions of a free society, with particular reference to the role of markets in solving economic and social problems.
  Instituto Bruno Leoni
  (http://www.brunoleoni.it)
  Based in Torino, Italy, Istituto Bruno Leoni is a nonpartisan research and educational center of classical liberalism and the Austrian School of economics. Named after the great law scholar Bruno Leoni (1913-1967), an Italian giant in the classical liberal tradition, the Institute seeks a radical shift of the intellectual climate in Italy.
  Libertarian Alliance
  (http://www.libertarian.co.uk)
  The Libertarian Alliance (LA) is Britain’s leading free market and civil liberties think tank. Based in London, it currently has more than 700 publications in print dedicated to the principles of life, liberty and property.
  Libertarian International
  (http://www.libertarian.to)
  Based in the Netherlands, its mission is to coordinate various initiatives in the defense of individual liberty throughout the world.
  Lithuanian Free Market Institute
  (http://www.freema.org)
  The Lithuanian Free Market Institute was established in 1990 to promote the ideas of classical liberalism based on the principles of individual freedom and responsibility, free market, and limited government. LFMI's activities include research on key issues of public policy, developing conceptual reform packages, drafting and evaluating legislative proposals, submitting policy recommendations at the legislative and executive levels, and conducting educational work.
  Ludwig von Mises
  (http://www.vonmisesinstitute-europe.org/main61.htm)
  The Ludwig von Mises Institute Europe aims to foster respect for individual liberty, and the free market economy, and to promote a better understanding of the Rule of Law in a free society - especially with regard to the free association and movement of persons, goods, services and capital across all Europe.
  Stockholm Network
  (http://www.stockholmnetwork.com)
  The Stockholm Network is a virtual working group of European market-oriented think tanks. The Network aims to stimulate the exchange of policy ideas and influence debate on the development of the market economy across the EU and beyond.
  Timbro
  (http://www.timbro.com)
  Timbro, the think tank of Swedish enterprise. Founded in 1978, its mission is to advance an agenda of reform based on its core values - individual liberty, economic freedom, and an open society.
Asia / Pacific
  Centre for Independent Studies
  (http://www.cis.org.au)
  The Centre for Independent Studies has been Australasia's leading public policy research institute or 'think-tank' since 1976. The Centre emphasizes the role of the free market in an open society and other voluntary processes in providing many of the goods and services normally supplied by the compulsory methods of government.
  Institute for Public Affairs
  (http://www.ipa.org.au/)
  The IPA is an independent, non-profit public policy think tank, dedicated to preserving and strengthening the foundations of economic and political freedom. It believes in the free market of ideas, the free flow of capital, a limited and efficient government, the rule of law, and representative democracy.
  Liberty Institute
  (http://www.libertyindia.org/)
  Liberty Institute is an independent think tank dedicated to empowering the people by harnessing the power of the market. It seeks to uphold the four institutional pillars of a free society - Individual Rights, Rule of Law, Limited Government and Free Market.
  Lion Rock Institute
  (http://www.lionrockinstitute.org)
  The Lion Rock Institute was founded in 1994 by three men with a concern for the future of the city and home they love. Creeping socialism is eroding our freedoms. Hong Kong's special place as one of the freest economies in the world must be protected and expanded.
Africa
  Imani: The Centre for Humane Education
  (http://imanighana.org/)
  Imani is an independent, non-partisan and non-profit educational organization in founded in 2003. The mission is to stimulate public discussion of the promotion of economic prosperity in Ghana and Africa through market solutions such as property rights, the rule of law, free markets and free speech.
  Institute of Public Policy Analysis Nigeria
  (http://ippanigeria.org/)
  IPPA is a private, non-profit organization involved in research, education, and publication on matters affecting the freedom of individuals. Its objective is to provide market-oriented analysis of current and emerging policy issues, with a view to influencing the public debate and the political decision-making process.
  IREN Kenya
  (http://irenkenya.org/)
  IREN is a non-governmental, non-partisan organization which promotes a pro-choice approach to free market policies and classical liberal ideas that will enable and encourage the development of Kenya, East Africa and Africa in general. IREN's vision is to help foster the creation of a free society, where individuals' choices are driven and informed by market processes, and where people rely less on government solutions to problems they can solve on their own.
Latin America
  AmericaLibre
  (http://www.americalibre.org)
  The América Libre Institute is a think tank, a center for the creation of new ideas and the implementation of public policy strategies to assist democratic countries and institutions in promoting freedom and prosperity for their citizens.
  CEDICE
  (http://www.cedice.org.ve)
  CEDICE, the Center for Dissemination of Economic Knowledge, is a non-profit association whose main objective is to spread economic and political knowledge by granting priority to all the conditions that allow the principles of individual liberty, limited government and property rights.
  Fundación Internacional para la Libertad
  (http://www.fundacionfil.org/)
 
  Fundación Von Hayek
  (http://www.hayek.org.ar/)
 
  Instituto Libertad y Progreso
  (http://www.ilyp.net)
 
  Liberalismo
  (http://www.liberalismo.org/)
 
Blogs
North America
  Anchor Rising
  (http://www.anchorrising.com)
 
  AnkleBitingPundits.com
  (http://www.anklebitingpundits.com)
 
  Armies of Liberation
  (http://www.armiesofliberation.com/)
 
  Blitz Media
  (http://www.blitzmediablog.com)
 
  brothersjudd.com
  (http://www.brothersjudd.com/blog/)
 
  California Medicine Man
  (http://califmedicineman.blogspot.com/)
 
  Cellas Review
  (http://cellasreview.blogspot.com/)
 
  Compass Points Conservative Blog
  (http://www.compasspointsblog.com)
 
  Daniel W. Drezner
  (http://danieldrezner.com )
 
  Dust in the Light
  (http://dustinthelight.timshelarts.com/)
 
  EconLog
  (http://econlog.econlib.org)
 
  EdDriscoll.com
  (http://www.eddriscoll.com/weblog.html)
 
  G-Scobe
  (http://www.gscobe.blogspot.com/)
 
  Hampton Stephens
  (http://www.hamptonstephens.com)
 
  Howard Lovy's NanoBot
  (http://nanobot.blogspot.com)
 
  identitytheory.com
  (http://www.identitytheory.com)
 
  Instapundit.com
  (http://www.instapundit.com/)
 
  JacksonKuhl.com
  (http://jacksonkuhl.com)
 
  jaycurrie.com
  (http://www.jaycurrie.com )
 
  Jerry Bowyer
  (http://www.jerrybowyer.com/)
 
  JoanneJacobs.com
  (http://ReadJacobs.com)
 
  JohnTabin.com
  (http://johntabin.com )
 
  Junk Yard Blog - Fight for Life
  (http://junkyardblog.transfinitum.net/)
 
  JustinLogan.com
  (http://www.justinlogan.com)
 
  Mangan's Miscellany
  (http://mangans.blogspot.com/)
 
  Manufacturers Blog
  (http://blog.nam.org/)
 
  Mark Baard: Reporting
  (http://www.baard.com)
 
  Michael J. Totten
  (http://michaeltotten.com)
 
  Miscellaneous Objections
  (http://www.rhsager.com/)
 
  No Bull Bar
  (http://www.nobullbar.com/)
 
  Outside the Beltway
  (http://www.outsidethebeltway.com/)
 
  Pejmanesque
  (http://www.pejmanesque.com/)
 
  PoliBlog
  (http://poliblogger.com)
 
  Political Wire
  (http://www.politicalwire.com)
 
  Professor Bainbridge.com
  (http://www.professorbainbridge.com/)
 
  Rachel Marsden.com - Politics with an Edge!
  (http://www.rachelmarsden.com)
 
  Return of the Primitive
  (http://www.ReturnofthePrimitive.com)
 
  Rondi Adamson
  (http://www.rondiadamson.com/)
 
  Russel Seitz
  (http://hometown.aol.com/mnestheus/myhomepage/index.html)
 
  The Agitator
  (http://www.theagitator.com/)
 
  Transterrestrial Musings
  (http://www.transterrestrial.com/)
 
  Uriah Kriegel's Page
  (http://www.ephilosopher.com/kriegel/index.php)
 
Europe
  Byline: Lene Johansen
  (http://www.lenejohansen.com/)
 
  Clive Davis
  (http://www.clivedavis-online.com)
 
  Craig Winneker
  (http://www.craigwinneker.com)
 
  Free Thoughts
  (http://www.freethoughts.splinder.com/)
      
  Henry Sturman
  (http://henrysturman.com)
 
  Munkhammar.org
  (http://www.munkhammar.org/)
 
  Sean Gabb
  (http://www.seangabb.co.uk/)
 
  Tim Worstall
  (http://www.timworstall.com)
 
  Tomasz Teluk's Blog on Economy, Technology and Politics
  (http://www.teluk.net)
 
Asia / Pacific
  Flying Yangban
  (http://gopkorea.blogs.com/flyingyangban/)
 
  Ramesh Kumar Ramalingam
  (http://www.geocities.com/rgklink/)