Political Science 350: International Law
As with any internet site, it may be advisable to verify sources. As a rule, university and government sites are more reliable sources.
Contains full-text of resolutions from the General Assembly, Security Council and Economic and Social Council, full-text of selected documents and press releases. Access to treaty data bases and the world-wide UN network of agencies and peacekeeping missions is available from this site.
International Court of Justice
Contains full text of ICJ opinions (advisory and contentious) and new developments including related web sites..
Library of Congress Law Library, International Law
Provides links to numerous treaties, including environmental treaties,trade agreements, constitutions of foreign nations, European law, plus many others.
International Law Institute at Georgetown University in Washington D.C.
The site includes the Online Journal of International Law and Development.
Contains references to international sources of international interest originating from Pennsylvania State University Libraries. It also provides search strategies and a comprehensive list of hypertext sources.
American Society of International Law
Contains forum for exchange of views and information, publications, and news about developments in international law. Current information about Internet sources are available at this site.
US Department of State
Contains access to hot topics, US business affairs, international policy (regional and global), travel information, and a Gopher research collection.