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Library Resource Guide for: FEDERAL GOVERNMENT INFORMATION

International Relations

Note: The GPO does not offer a subject guide for international relations. Please consult the following to start:

Foreign Affairs of the United States (Oklahoma State University) offers many sources for this subject.

Electronic Research Collection (ERC) is a partnership between the United States Department of State and University of Illinois at Chicago.

Also check the U.S. Department of State, House Committee on International Relations, and Senate Committee on Foreign Relation. These sites have recent material. For older material, check resources below.

Document Resources

Government Websites

Statistics



DOCUMENT RESOURCES



TREATIES

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Digital Information

Paper Information



THE WORLD FACTBOOK

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Paper Information



FOREIGN RELATIONS OF THE UNITED STATES

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Paper Information



DEFENSE DEPARTMENT'S ANNUAL REPORT

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LAWS

See more information about the Statutes at Large and how to access information on it, or see more information about the United States Code Service and how to access information on it.



BILLS

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REGULATIONS

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HEARINGS

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COMMITTEE REPORTS & DOCUMENTS

See more information about this resource and how to access information on committee reports and documents via the Congressional Serial Set.



CONGRESSIONAL FLOOR ACTIVITY & DEBATES

See more information about this resource and how to access information on Congressional floor activity and debates via the Congressional Record.



FEDERAL DOCUMENTS IN PRINT

Brown University is a depository library for government documents. Our collection is extensive and stretches back to the 1800s. In order to search for documents in print, please go to the help guide at Federal Documents in Print.

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GOVERNMENT WEBSITES

Central Intelligence Agency is the main organization of the U.S. intelligence community.

Department of Commerce contains information about U.S. foreign trade.

Department of Defense is a good place to find military information on the Internet.

National Security Agency (NSA) administers activities to protect U.S. information systems and produce foreign intelligence information.

U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) is an agency that gives economic and humanitarian assistance to further U.S. economic and foreign policy overseas.

USAID is the federal government agency that provides international assistance pertaining to democracy, health, economics, etc. Use the Country Locator on the right to find how much money is allocated in the budget in assistance for each country.

The White House

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STATISTICS

Defense Department's Annual Report to the President and Congress has full-text back to 1995.

Annual Report to the President and Congress has full-text back to 1995.

Country Reports on Economic Policy and Trade Practices is an archive of data from the U.S. Department of State documenting U.S. international trade practices and economic policy. The site offers reports from 1993-1999, 2000, and 2001.

Government Databases in International Affairs

USAID is the federal government agency that provides international assistance pertaining to democracy, health, economics, etc. Use the Country Locato r on the right to find how much money is allocated in the budget in assistance for each country.

U.S. Department of State

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