International law and I Guide - Resources and Review

This searchable database provides access to summaries and excerpts of legislation, constitutions, court decisions, and other official government documents from every country in the world relating to population policies, reproductive health, women's rights and related topics.
Refereed electronic journal which publishes articles relating to comparative private law and the methodology of comparative law, including private law, public law, European law and international law.
A selective, annotated listing of current web sites that provide links to texts of laws and court decisions, international documents, directories, trade information, and statistics.
Information regarding US and international trademark law, and links to trademark, copyright, patent, and related sites.
Index to legal journals, including law reviews, commercial journals, foreign law and subject
specific law reviews, for example, international issues, criminal law, and bankruptcy. Location services for law reviews and electronic journals are also indexed.
The full text of UN Resolution 986, the Memorandum of Understanding between the UN and the Government of Iraq, the latest relevant documents, press releases and news, a chronology of documents related to the resolution since its inception, and the distribution plan for essential humanitarian supplies submitted by the Government of Iraq to the United Nations.
Papers and reports on subjects including aboriginal justice, domestic violence, juvenile crime and sentencing policy.
A selected list of Web sites for legal information, including starting points for legal research, UK resources, primary legal materials, current affairs, law worldwide, special legal topics, European Union information, international law (including treaties and international organisations), human rights, the legal profession, legal publishers, legal journals, and discussion lists.
Set of links to selected, evaluated and annotated Internet resources relevant to international law.
Official site of the UN which works to protect human rights, promote the protection of the environment, help the advancement of women and the rights of children, fight epidemics, famine and poverty, assist refugees, help improve telecommunication, deliver food aid, protect consumers, combat disease and help expand food production, make loans to developing countries and help stabilize financial markets.
Offers original articles and features about human rights, plus annotated links to selected relevant Internet resources, compiled by a subject specialist, a subject
specific bulletin board, and details of related news and events. Covers human rights issues in the Balkans, Burma, Guatemala, Indonesia, Mexico, Nigeria, Rwanda and Tibet. Other topics include the International Criminal Court, government and non-governmental agencies, refugees, torture, trades unions and women's issues. Includes links to Amnesty International publications.
Details of a legal case concerning an attempt by the Government of Spain to extradite Senator Pinochet from the UK to stand trial in Spain for crimes committed during the period when Senator Pinochet was head of state in Chile. Full text of the Law Lords' decision is provided.
Set of links to selected, evaluated and annotated Internet resources about public and constitutional law.
Annotated list of criminal justice and other legal resources online, covering research, international criminal justice, juvenile justice, crime prevention, white collar crime, drugs and newsletters.
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) serves as the world's central intergovernmental forum for scientific and technical cooperation in the nuclear field, and as the international inspectorate for the application of nuclear safeguards and verification measures covering civilian nuclear programmes. This page has links to international agreements and conventions in relation to nuclear weapons.
Annotated recommendations for foreign affairs resources. Contains links to official government material, the UN, nongovernmental and intergovernmental organisations, think tanks, news sources, maps, and texts of constitutions of different countries. Topics include human rights, international relations, and law.
Focuses on commercial and international trade law, covering subjects such as contracts, customs, free trade, insolvency, jurisdiction, procurement, and sale of goods. Treaties, model laws, and country implementation details are offered for each subject.
Full text of 89 international treaties, commentaries on the four Geneva Conventions and Additional Protocols, with a list of signatories and ratifications. Documents can be browsed by treaty and by country or state.
Journal covering topics relating to structural and behavioural regulation and policy in the converging sectors of computing, telecommunications and broadcasting.
An international human rights database including documents from the UN, the Organization for African Unity and HURIDOCS and bibliographies on international terrorism, hostages and public international law.
Full text of, and information about, the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty adopted by the General Assembly of the United Nations on September 10th 1996.
This resource offers detailed information on the single largest crime fighting organisation in the world. Outlines the cooperative nature of the organisation through detailed information on their current initiatives including financial crimes, corruption, information technology crime, drug trafficking, human trafficking and football hooliganism. Also contains numerous documents such as press releases, fact sheets, international crime statistics and reports or publications pertaining to Interpol projects or initiatives. Most of these documents are available in English, French, Spanish or Arabic.
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