Related resources are
available on the Political Science Resources, Public Policy, and Government
works are located on the first floor of Hunt Library. Check CAMEO (the online catalog) for additional
- Political Handbook of the World (2006)
- Encyclopedia of International Relations and Global
REF-1 320.03 E562
- Encyclopedia of the United Nations and International
REF-1 KZ4968 .O84 2003 003 VOL. 1-4
of Globalisation (2003)
STACKS-2 HF1359 .H352 2003
- Encyclopedia of U.S. Foreign Relations (1997)
.E53 1997 1997 VOL. 1-4
Encyclopedic Dictionary of Conflict and Conflict Resolution,
REF-1 D842 .J47 1998
- International Encyclopedia of Economics (1997)
REF-1 HB61 .I64 1997 1997 VOL. 1-2
- International Policy Institutions Around the Pacific Rim: A
Directory of Resources in East Asia, Australasia, and the Americas
REF-1 JZ1163 .B34 1998
Penguin Dictionary of International Relations (1998)
Routledge Critical Dictionary of Global Economics (1999)
HB61 .R68 1999
Companion of Politics of the World
in Force (as of January 1, 2007)
Hunt Library has the print
edition of Treaties in Force: A List of Treaties and Other International
Acts of the United States in Force on January 1 beginning in 1999.
Factbook (Central Intelligence Agency)
Country studies provide
information on the geography, people, government, economy, communications,
transportation, military and transnational issues for each country.
Metasites is a
term used to describe web bibliographies, directories, and lists of sites with
URLs given for further research. They typically provide no primary source
content, but serve as gateways to information on a wide variety of
- Foreign Affairs
Online (University of Virginia)
Sections include nongovernmental and
intergovernmental bodies, international relations, international law, think
tanks, and the United Nations.
- Foreign Policy Forum (Harry J.
The Forum includes sections on historical documents, foreign
policy centers, international affairs resources, international military sites,
- United States Foreign
Policy (University of Michigan Documents Center)
The site contains
sections on background information, international sources, and the United
- The WWW Virtual
Library: International Affairs
This section of the WWW Virtual Library contains over 2,400
annotated links chosen for their long-term value. The major categories are
media sources; organizations (government, intergovernmental, and
nongovernmental); regions and countries; and topics. Almost all of these sites
compile links to other related sites.
- Constitution Finder
- U.S. Department of State
Country Background Notes, international topics and
issues, organizational information, and more is available here.
- Electronic Research
ERC is a partnership of the U.S. State Department, the
University of Illinois at Chicago Library, and the Federal Depository
Library Program. The collection mainly includes the archived electronic
documents from the U.S. State Department website and U.S. Arms Control and
- Country Reports on Economic
Policy and Trade Practices (1993 - 2001)
These annual Department of State reports to Congress review the economic
policy and trade practices of countries with which the U.S. has an economic or
trade relationship. Reports from 1993 through 2001 are available. The reports
were discontinued in 2002.
- Country Reports on Human Rights
Practices (1999 - )
These annual Department of State reports to
Congress cover internationally recognized individual, civil, political, and
worker rights, as set forth in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
- Foreign Policy
This site offers a forum for critical analyses of U.S. foreign
policy, covering both its weaknesses and successes.
- International Relations and Security
Network (Center for Security Studies and Conflict Research -
ISN is a clearinghouse for resources in the field of security and
defense studies, peace and conflict research, and international relations.
- North American
Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA)
Here you will find the full text of NAFTA,
as well as an overview of the agreement and some related documents and
information, such as reports, news releases, and speeches. This site is
published the Canadian Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade
maps are accessible from The Perry-Castaņeda Library Map Collection at The
University of Texas at Austin.