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Indexes, Catalogs, and Databases (Foreign and International Affairs)
The site includes Department of State and USAID foreign assistance request and appropriations data since Fiscal Year 2006. The data is broken down by country, by office, or by sector (e.g. health, security, education). In addition to charts and graphs, users can view the data in customized tables or download the raw data.
HeinOnline [Rutgers Restricted]
A legal research collection that features full-text searching of scholarly legal and criminal justice periodicals and related materials such as the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), a Federal Register Library, a Treaties and Agreements Library, U.S. Attorney General Opinions, a U.S. Federal Legislative History Library, a U.S. Presidential Library, U.S. Congressional Documents, and U.S. Statutes at Large.
Subject and chronological listings, and a searchable database of full-text international multilateral conventions and other instruments. Most of the texts date from 1945 or later, but the collection also includes older historical texts. Also includes links to other treaty sites on the Internet. From Tufts University.
Complete coverage of U.S. treaties and treaty status beginning with the 94th Congress. Older treaties are included if they were pending in 1975 when the database was created. From the Library of Congress.
World Treaty Index
An electronic treaty database spanning the 20th century. Indexes and provides citations to sources for full texts of multilateral and bilateral treaties.
Frequently Requested Full-text Documents (Foreign and International Affairs)
Country Reports on Human Rights Practices
Annual reports from the U.S. State Department from 1993 to the present. Each report gives an overview of the government and economy of the country, and a detailed review of its record on human rights. Appendices include International Human Rights Conventions, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and UNHRC Voting records.
Country Studies: Area Handbook Series
Searchable versions of the Handbooks sponsored by the Department of the Army. Most books in the series deal with a particular foreign country, describing and analyzing its political; economic; social; and national security systems and institutions; and examining the interrelationships of those systems and the ways they're shaped by cultural factors.
Foreign Relations of the United States
"The official documentary historical record of major US foreign policy decisions and significant diplomatic activity." An incomplete collection of volumes covering years beginning with 1914 is available at this site. Volumes
covering 1861-1960 are available from the University of Wisconsin.
Information on geography, populations, economies, communications infrastructures, and armed forces of countries worldwide. From the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency.