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Foreign & International Resources
Encyclopedia of the United Nations and International Agreements by
Call Number: KZ4968 .O84 2003
Publication Date: 2002-11-27
Thoroughly rewritten and revised, this new edition provides nearly 6,000 A-Z entries that shed light on this complex institution. In addition to articles explaining essential concepts and philosophies, readers will find an all-new set of entries on peace-keeping activities, along with full coverage of every international treaty since the founding of the League of Nations, with generous quotations or full text for all key treaties, conventions, pacts, protocols, and declarations. Extensive cross-referencing and a thorough analytical index help users to navigate the many acronyms and multiple names of documents and organizations. Endorsed with a foreword by current U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan, this is the most comprehensive, detailed reference to the U.N. ever published.
Admiralty law has historic roots in foreign and international law, as it deals with the claims and conflicts that may arise through international travel and commerce. Resources in foreign and international law may prove helpful in the analysis of particular admiralty matters. Some recommended sources follow; other may be found through Internet searches:
Foreign and International Law:
Foreign Law Guide
Treaties in Force (also available, Third Floor KZ235 .T75.
Heinonline: United States Treaties and Agreements Library
United Nations Treaty Collection