10. United Nations Homepage
portal for information from the UN institutions and agencies and up-to-date
information on UN policies and programs. Conventional but indispensable.
09. SPIRE Guide to
Governments & Politics (Keele University, UK)
resource guide when information on governments and national politics is what
you are looking for. Also contains links to constitutions, electoral systems
and domestic & international media.
08. Multilaterals Project
(Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University)
online access to a vast number of multilateral conventions and other
international instruments. If you are looking for the text of a global or
regional treaty in electronic format, you most probably find it
07. University of
Minnesota Human Rights Library
Probably the largest collection of
human rights resources on the internet. The site covers more the 14.450 human
rights documents, human rights research engines, an online catalog of human
rights education resources, as well as links to training, field and job
opportunities. Documents are available in Arabic, English, French, Japanese,
Russian, and Spanish.
06. Project on
International Courts and Tribunals(PICT)
PICT is a joint
undertaking of the Center on International Cooperation, New York University,
and the Centre for International Courts and Tribunals, University College
London. Its website contains information on, and links to, all existing
international courts and tribunals. Its news archive is updated daily.
05. RAVE (University
of Düsseldorf, Faculty of Law)
Extensive data base covering recent publications (articles and decisions) on public international law and European law, starting with the year 1995. Permits, via hyper links, direct
access to relevant material published on the WWW. Updated on a three-monthly
04. Research Guide to
International Law on the Internet (Massimo Magagni, University of
Contains a wide range of selected and annotated
international law links. User-friendly and comprehensive. A great starting
point for international legal research on the internet.
Institute (Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International
Contains the vast electronic offerings of the Max Planck
Institute in Heidelberg, including OPAC, the Online Public Access Catalog, with
bibliographical references to books, periodicals and articles available at the
library of the Institute.
02. ASIL Guide to
Electronic Resources for International Law
One of the most
comprehensive international law guides on the web. Continuously updated and
expanded. Links visitors to the particularly useful Electronic Information
System for International Law (EISIL).
01. European Journal of International
One of the world's leading and most stimulating
international law journals. The website offers the full text of the Journal's
first ten volumes as well as one full text article and abstracts of all other
articles published in the Journal's recent issues. Its "Current Developments"
pages contain reports of recent case practice in a number of different fora
pertaining to international law. The site also features a forum for discussion,
a reading room, links with related sites and an email announcement