- A Guide to Electronic Resources for International Law (ERG), www.asil.org/resource/ergintr1.htmContinuously updated guide to research in the international law field consisting of eight chapters covering, for example, human rights, environment, treaties, criminal law and so on. Free.
- Electronic Information System for International Law (EISIL), www.eisil.org. A database of international legal instruments, web sites, and research resources organized under 13 categories of international law.
- International Law In Brief archive, www.asil.org/ilib/ilibarch.htm. Collection of analytic abstracts of significant international law documents. Free.
- ASILEX: the ASIL Publications Database, www.dcdata.com/asil/asil.htm 2000+ record fully searchable database of published output of the American Society of International Law, including International Legal Materials, the American Journal, books, studies, reports etc. Free.
Bread for the World http://www.bread.org/
includes hunger and poverty statistical data for the United States and Developing Countries and related legislative issues.
Chris Matthews, ChrisMatt@igc.org, Librarian/Information Specialist
Kathleen Daly Higgs, firstname.lastname@example.org , Library Director
Keigh Hammond , KHammond@carnegieendowment.org, Electronic Resources Assistant
- The Carnegie Endowment Library‘s web site provides extensive Internet links for international affairs researchers. There are individual pages for area studies, calendars, think tanks, government sites, and more.The Carnegie Endowment’s web site also hosts a number of regional pages which contain information, publications, and reports. Worth noting are:
- The Middle East “Arab Resource Guide“.
- The Nonproliferation Project, hosting a huge array of information including links to publications, government and international organization reports, news items and articles.
- Carnegie China Net, also available in Chinese.
- The DC-based Russian and Eurasian Program also offers content in Russian.
- The Russia-based Carnegie Moscow Center has an English and Russian language web site
- Conflict Analysis and Resolution Web Guide provides links to periodical databases, data archives, full text articles, bibliographies, and related web sites. Databases marked with a padlock symbol are passworded and available to George Mason University students and faculty only.
- JOLIS Online Public Access Catalog (jolis.worldbankimflib.org/external.htm) includes paper and electronic holdings of the Joint Library and Network Libraries within the World Bank and IMF.
- E-journals website (jolis.worldbankimflib.org/Ejournals/periodicals.htm) links to full-text electronic journals on the web (some free and others to which we subscribe and not available to public) for hundreds of periodicals in subjects of economics, business, international trade and finance, and sector-related subjects of the World Bank.
Paul Q. Baker, Jr., email@example.com, Reference Librarian
African and Middle Eastern Division, African Section
Angel D. Batiste, firstname.lastname@example.org, Area Specialist (sub-Saharan Africa)
- African and Middle Eastern Reading Room: lcweb.loc.gov/rr/amed
- AMED Internet Resources: lcweb.loc.gov/rr/amed/amedlinks.html
African and Middle Eastern Division
Marieta Harper, email@example.com, Area Specialist (Africa)
Congressional Research Service
Carolyn C. Smith, firstname.lastname@example.org, Senior Research Librarian
- For legislative information: thomas.loc.gov
Democracy Resource Center, http://www.ned.org/research/democracy-resource-center
Allen Overland, Allen@ned.org, Director
Tim Myers, Timm@ned.org, Senior Librarian
Morgan Grimes , Morgang@ned.org, Electronic Resources Librarian
- Democracy Projects Database
- Democracy Research Guide: http://www.ned.org/research/democracy-research-guide
- Online Catalog of the DRC: http://socialhost05.inmagic.com/InmagicGenie/opac.aspx
- Sources of Funding in International Democratic Development Database
- http://www.america.gov/ is an authoritative resource for foreign audiences seeking information about official U.S. policies, society, culture, and political processes.
Office of International Information
Wendy Simmons, email@example.com, Information Resource Officer for Africa
- Africa http://www.america.gov/world/africa.html provides current, up-to-the minute information on official U.S. government policy to foreign publics, particularly with regard to positions on multi-lateral and bi-lateral relations. Much of the information is also provided in translation.
US Agency for International Development
Karen White, firstname.lastname@example.org, Senior Librarian & Team Lead Knowledge Services
- Knowledge Management: http://www.usaid.gov/km/
- Library Services: http://library.info.usaid.gov/uhtbin/cgisirsi/peYbl9vbbx/0/205600006/60/4/X
- Online Journals on Peace and Conflict Resolution
- Online Reports, Policy Briefs and Other Research Papers in Peace and Conflict Studies
- Peace Agreements Digital Collection
- Truth Commissions (decrees, descriptions and reports)
- Regional Resources: http://www.usip.org/publications-tools/usip-library/regional-publications
- Topical Resources: http://www.usip.org/publications-tools/usip-library/topical-publications
- Research Centers in International Relations on the Web: http://www.usip.org/publications/research-centers
- Foreign Affairs Ministries on the Web: http://www.usip.org/publications/foreign-affairs-ministries-web
- International Organizations: http://www.usip.org/publications/international-organizations