World Peace Foundation
The World Peace Foundation "was created in 1910 by the imagination and fortune of Edwin Ginn to encourage international peace and cooperation. The Foundation seeks to advance the cause of peace through study, analysis and the advocacy of wise action. As an operating, not a grant-giving, foundation, it provides financial support only for projects which it has initiated itself." 
Information from the World Peace Foundation Archives is now available online. The collection comprises materials generated or accumulated by the World Peace Foundation between 1899 and 1993.
Their website provides links to the following organizations:
- Alliance for International Conflict Prevention and Resolution (AICPR)
- Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
- Carter Center
- Conflict Management Group
- Institute for Multi-Track Diplomacy
- Institute of World Affairs
- National Peace Foundation
- Search for Common Ground
- UN Institute for Training and Research Program of Correspondence Instruction in Peacekeeping Operations (Enroll Now)
Board of Trustees
- Philip S. Khoury, Chair - Associate Provost and Ford International Professor of History, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and author and editor of numerous books on the Middle East, including Syria and the French Mandate: The Politics of Arab Nationalism, 1920-1945, and Urban Notables and Arab Nationalism: The Politics of Damascus, 1860-1920, and The Modern Middle East: A Reader.
- Robert I. Rotberg, President
- J. Brian Atwood
- Peter D. Bell
- Lincoln P. Bloomfield
- Barbara Bodine - Visiting Scholar, Center for International Studies, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; former coordinator for post-conflict reconstruction for Baghdad; former U.S. Ambassador to Yemen.
- Catherine E. C. Henn - Vice President of Corporate and Legal Affairs, The Boston Globe, emeritus.
- Thomas M. O'Reilly - Chief Financial Officer, Sager Electronics.
- Kenneth A. Oye - Associate Professor of Political Science and Engineering Systems, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Recent books include Economic Discrimination and Political Exchange: The World Economy in the 1930s and 1980s and Eagle in a New World: American Grand Strategy in the Post Cold War Era.
- James M. Shannon
- John Shattuck
- Anne-Marie Slaughter - Dean, Woodrow Wilson School of Public Affairs, Princeton University. author of numerous articles on international law and international relations; and editor (with Alec Stone Sweet and J.H.H. Weiler) of The European Court and National Courts: Doctrine and Jurisprudence -- Legal Change in its Social Context (Oxford, 1998).
- Barbara Stowe - Former Vice-President for Resource Development, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
- Frederick G. P. Thorne - President and Director, Harbor Capital Management Co., Inc.; Chairman, Bowdoin College Board of Trustees.
- Paul Van Slambrouck - Senior Correspondent, Christian Science Monitor.
- Richard H. Ullman, Chairman emeritus - David K. E. Bruce Professor of International Affairs, emeritus, Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, Princeton University; Former Editor of the quarterly magazine Foreign Policy; author of many books and articles on international security, most recently Securing Europe (Princeton, 1991) and The World and Yugoslavia's Wars (Washington, DC, 1996).
Fellows 2006-2007 academic year
- Emily Balic
- Nick Biziouras
- Vanda Felbab-Brown
- Rachel M. Gisselquist
- Kelly M. Greenhill
- Omar McDoom
- Elias Mudzuri
- Scott Radnitz
- Stephanie Rupp
- Stephen Watts
- Alex Weisiger