Multilateral organizations which govern multiple nations, whether united by proximity, language, or goals, belong here. The purposes of such unions are to promote international cooperatio in policies, join in joint operations, and develop international law. Examples of multilateral governments include the European Union, the United Nations, the World Trade Orgaization, and the G8.
Al-Bab: The League of Arab States
This section devoted to the AL contains details of the organization, links to information about it in Arabic and in English, and also to founding documents of the League.
Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN)
The US State Department's dossier on the organization includes its overview, highlightsand issues, and a fact sheet.
BBC Profile: Association of South East Asian Nations
Disseminates details of the Association, its member nations, and its leaders, as well as issues which it addresses.
This website provides information on the activities of the European Commission, the executive body of the European Union government. You can find information about jobs at the Commission as well as funding opportunities. The site also has announcements about the policies being implemented by the Commission.
Foreign Trade Information System
The Foreign Trade Information System is an information service provided by the Organization of American Sates. You can find out about the trade agreements and trade policies that govern trade in the Americas. The website also has information on domestic trade legislation.
Government of Canada - G8
The official Government of Canada web site provides information about the Summits, the G8 and its priorities, white papers and statements, etc.
IOM, the International Organization for Migration, promotes policies for the movement of persons across borders. Web site offers support for migration.
Model Arab League
The Student Leadership Develpment Program from the National Council on U.S.-Arab Relations hosts this site, which teaches about the politics and history of the Arab League and the skills of public speaking and diplomacy.
North Atlantic Treaty Organisation
The North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) is a military alliance of democratic states across Europe, as well as North America.
OECD Task Force on Spam
The official project page of the OECD's project to end spam includes an anti-spam toolkit, laws, regulations, and enforcement, and industry initiatives.
The Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OCSE) is a regional security organization that seeks to make Europe a more secure place. You can find out about the OCSE’s efforts to raise awareness of war crimes, gender equality, and other important issues. You can also read the OCSE's press releases.
A comprehensive web site of news, information, and analysis resources covering geopolitics and economics.
South American Community of Nations conclude first summit in Brazi
Chinese newspaper, People's Online Daily, article about the first South American Community of Nations summit in Brazil.
Covers the Third Summit of South American Presidents in Cusco in 2004 which created the SACN. Also contains the organization's priority topics, latest news, and various speeches.
University of Toronto - G8 Information Centre
The University of Toronto provides news and analysis, official G7/G8 summit documents, conferences information, as well as other summit details.
US Department of State: NATO
Web site contains fact sheets, news and summit details about the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO); complete with member country information.