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U.S. Government

USA.gov links to federal agencies and services

ProQuest Congressional

Includes Legislative Histories 1969-, Bills & Laws 1987-, Committee Prints 1817-, Congressional Record 1789-, CRS Reports 1916-, House & Senate Reports 1817 - and more.

American Factfinder

The Census Bureau's online tool for accessing a wide variety of population, economic, geographic, and housing information

Major State Department Publications

Contains country annual reports featuring Human Rights Practices, Terrorism, Foreign Relations of the U.S. etc

THOMAS: Legislative Information on the Web

Free access to a wide range of legislative informaiton, including the full text of the Congrssioanl Record and bills from the 101st to the current Congress, a direcotry of committees, the wekly floor schedule and a calendar of daily committee hearings.

 

 

International

International Country Risk Guide CountryData

Provides access to the data underlying the International Country Risk Guide (ICRG) publication. Includes MONTHLY averages of political risk and economic indicators from 1984 to the present .

 

Facts on International Relations and Security Trends
FIRST draws upon
the factual database maintained ny project partners to create country profiles that include: agreements and events, conflicts and peacekeeping, arms production and trade, military expenditure, weapons of mass destruction, conventional weapon holdings and other reference data.

 

Government Country Information

Background Notes/Country Factsheets

As of May 2012, Background Notes are no longer being updated or produced. They are in the process of being replaced by Fact Sheets that focus on U.S. relations with each country.

Council on Foreign Relations

Contains daily briefs and background and analysis.


U.S. Department of Energy's Country Analysis Briefs cover countries' energy sectors, including production and consumption, energy use patterns, energy industries, and carbon emissions.

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