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William A. Dorman is Professor of Government at California State University, Sacramento, and has taught a course in War, Peace and the Mass Media since 1970.

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Sunday, April 30, 2006  
WEB SITE IS INVALUABLE RESEARCH TOOL ON PERSIAN GULF
AND IS FREE TO PUBLIC

Blog editor's note: The scholars associated with the Gulf 2000 project web site at Columbia University have just completed a complete update of the G2K public web site. Unlike the rest of G2K, which is a moderated discussion list for scholars and specialists only, it is open to the public.

G2K has removed broken links and added several new categories.

The site, in the phrase of the moment, is "awsome." If you are looking for an elusive fact on almost any aspect of the Persian Gulf -- from detailed historical time lines, to reports on terrorism, to water resources, to government and population statistics, and on and on -- you are very likely to find it there at the click of a mouse.

Sponsors of the site want it to be nothing less than the premier site for information on the Gulf -- the place to start any research project on the region. It can be accessed at Gulf 2000

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