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Foreign & International Reference Sources

Reference sources answer short factual research questions. Use them to find and convey fundamental details.

Foreign & International Citation Manual - Citation formats according to countries' own rules as well as commonly used non-official (clearly noted) citation practices.


International Law Dictionaries - A list of glossaries on numerous international law topics.


Legal Abbreviations - Abbreviations for foreign & international law sources - search by abbreviation or by source name.  See also this European law abbreviations site.


DocuBase Governent Reports - A constantly growing compilation of annotated links to English language reports from think tanks, international organizations, and the U.S. government.


UN Data - Database of statistical reports from throughout the United Nations.


National Statistical Offices - A list of links to governments' data collections.

 

Bar Associations - A directory of specialized and national bar associations around the world.

 

Rule of Law Directory -  Browse by topic and submit form to request full listings.

 

Max Planck Encyclopedia of Public International Law - Authoritative detailed introductions to nearly a thousand topics.

 

Electronic Info. System for Int. Law - Treaties and Web resources organized within subject categories.


ASIL Guides to International Law Topics - Detailed introductions to researching broad international law issues.


Globalex Research Guides - Very thorough reserch guides for scores of foreign countries and international law topics.

 

 

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