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Foreign Governments Unrestricted Access
Maintained by Chris Davidson at Northwestern University. List of links to the official websites of national governments.

Official Government Web Pages Unrestricted Access
Maintained by Richard Kimber, University of Keele, UK, retired. More up-to-date than Gunnar Anzinger's.

Governments on the WWW Unrestricted Access
Lists of links to government web sites and multi-national organizations. Maintained by Gunnar Anzinger in association with the ElectronicFrontier Foundation (EEF).  Arranged by region:
Foreign National Governments Unrestricted Access
List of links maintained by the American Library Association GODORT International Documents Task Force (IDTF).

Center for Research Libraries Official Gazettes Unrestricted Access
An official gazette is the legal newspaper of a country, or of an administrative part of a country, which publishes the text of new laws, decrees, regulations, treaties, legal notices, and court decisions.To search for gazettes that you can borrow, do a LC Subject Search in the ConnectNY catalog for Gazettes

Countries and Regions
Canada China, People's Republic of China, Republic (Taiwan) Egypt France Indonesia Iran Israel Japan Korea, Democratic People's Republic of (North) Korea, Republic of (South) Latin America
  • Latin American Government Report Archive Unrestricted Access Some full text available
    This site seeks to preserve and facilitate access to a wide range of ministerial and presidential documents from 18 Latin American and Caribbean countries. The Archive contains copies of the Web sites of approximately 300 government ministries and presidencies. Capture of sites began on multiple dates in 2005 and 2006.

Mexico Russian Federation South Africa United Kingdom
  • U.K. Official Publications on the Internet Unrestricted Access
    This site makes available the full text of selected official publications of the United Kingdom. Publications are arranged by date, title, government department, or broad "subject" category.
  • Downing Street Says Unrestricted Access
    Twice a day (when Parliament is in session) a select coterie of political journalists is briefed by the Prime Minister's Official Spokesmen, and then they are allowed to ask brief questions. This site brings together these official statements and the queries (and responses) brought up by the political journalists who attend these briefings at 10 Downing Street. The site was started in February 2004. (Scout Report 3/26/04). 
  • Northwestern links
  • University of Keele links

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