The MacMillan Center is the Yale University’s main agency for encouraging and coordinating teaching and research on international affairs, societies and cultures around the world. It provides opportunities for scholarly research, encourages faculty/student interchange, sponsors more than 500 lectures, conferences, workshops, and other activities each year, and produces a wide range of academic publications. The Center’s website offers plenty of detailed information concerning the Center activities, its research activities, publications, projects, and events. Working papers and other research material are retrievable online for free: they essentially focus on democratization, political events in developing countries, social order and social issues. The overall updating is quite frequent and a special section is devoted to latest news and upcoming events. An advanced search facility, some navigational aids, and a professional and effective structure enable an easy orientation to any users, who can also subscribe to a free, weekly e-calendar. Along with a Flash-based animation on the front page, the website features also a good external linking, with an efficient integration into the Yale Library catalogue, which provides long lists of references, free book descriptions and access to several digital collections on various topics.