Foreign Governments: Constitutions, Laws and Treaties, Oh my! Managed by the University of Michigan Library Documents Center, an annotated compilation of reference resources for international government documents, guides, treaties, and law is comprehensively available to the public, including students. As a hint, new users may wish to use the “no-frames” option to facilitate orientation , as many of the link point to outside resources. For example, subtopics of the annotated list link to actual documents and guides in Constitution Finder at the University of Richmond and EcoLex for Environmental Law.
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