I've just received some information on a great site that I had previosuly not come across. Called 'e-International Relations', it's a resource designed for people interested in international politics, and is run by students at universities across the world.
The site is really well designed and definitely worth a look. I hope to be submitting a comment piece to them in the next month or so.
e-IR is an online resource for students of international relations. Established in November 2007, the site aims to collect, in one digital repository, a wide variety of resources helpful to students of international politics, diplomacy and global governance. e-IR is non-profit and is unaffiliated with any institution. The objects of e-IR are to:
Publish regular editorials by staff and guest writers; collate important news from politics and international relations departments in UK universities; publish high-quality student essays in international relations (citing the author and the course for which the essay was submitted); actively encourage the discussion and commentary of articles, editorials, essays and issues in international politics.
As the site grows we hope to:
Publish an online peer-reviewed journal of international relations, accepting unsolicited submissions from students; review courses in international relations, and the departments within which they fall, to provide guidance to students for future study and research; and review books, academic journals, and events (conferences, seminars etc.) to highlight key issues in international relations and any emerging research that may be of benefit or interest to students.