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Model UN: Information on countries from US Government websites, including bilateral relations

Compilation of resources to help Model UN participants research foreign policy positions of various nations.

Information on countries from US Government websites, including bilateral relations

Consider consulting the following US government sites for summaries of different countries’ foreign policies (but note that not all UN member countries are included, some are dated):

Country Studies (from the Library of Congress):  http://countrystudies.us

 

US bilateral relations with various countries can be found at:

US State Department http://www.state.gov

(click on “countries and regions” tab; “A-Z list of countries” plus “State Dept. Country Background Notes”)

 

US foreign policy issues (which may contain some bilateral information):

http://www.state.gov/policy/

 

White House foreign policy (issues page and blogs/twitter accounts):

http://www.whitehouse.gov/issues/foreign-policy