Library and Archives Canada maintains this selective collection of links to official and non-official sites containing information on foreign governments and international organizations and their publications.
Helpful guide from the American Society of International Law. Includes information on accessing official United Nations Internet Sites, statistics, UN Resolutions & Documents, International Courts and Tribunals.
Provides access to documents of and information about the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT), an organization that promoted international commerce and the reduction of trade barriers among member states from 1947 to 1994.
Covers all types of official United Nations documentation. Includes full text of United Nations parliamentary documents (including resolutions and decisions) issued at United Nations Headquarters in New York and the United Nations Office in Geneva since 1993 as well as at the United Nations Office in Vienna since 1997. The official record version of older United Nations resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly, the Security Council, the Economic and Social Council and the Trusteeship Council from 1946 onwards are stored separately on ODS in the "Resolutions" database, accessible only from the advanced search screen. ODS Training Guide available.
Contains a collection of texts, finding aids, data sets, maps, and pointers to print and electronic information. Subject coverage includes disarmament, economic and social development, environment, human rights, international relations, international trade, peacekeeping, and population and demography.
The UN Yearbooks provide detailed information of the Organization's activities. Include all major General Assembly, Security Council, and Economic and Social Council resolutions. This research portal provides searching and viewing of the complete collection of Yearbooks.
Official U.S. gateway to all government information: federal government, local and tribal governments. The Reference Centre provides links to wide range of information: laws and regulations, statistics, publications.
A directory of links to popular U.S. government sites on the Internet. The links are organized by topics including major government indexes, business, crime, census, congress, consumer information, copyright, education, foreign countries, health, impeachment, natural resources, law, scientific reports,and tax forms. From the Federal Documents Task Force (FDTF) and the Government Documents Round Table (GODORT).
Legislative information from the Library of Congress. Provides access to the full texts of bills and laws from the United States Congress, the daily Congressional Record, relevant proceedings and proposed legislation, committee reports, and roll call votes, variously available from the present back to the 93rd Congress (1973).
Service of the U.S. Government Printing Office that provides electronic access to a wealth of information sources from the U.S. federal Government. Provides helpful pages linking to legislative, executive, and judicial resources. It is possible to search many of these individual resources and also to search across multiple databases.