The members of intergovernmental organizations are countries that work together to further common interests.
IGO Collection and Guides
From Christof Galli, Intl. & Area Studies, Perkins Library
See also the Encyclopedia of Associations via the Gale Directory Library database, and Yearbook of International Organizations.
Use for: Identifying United Nations legislative documents
Tips: If they are not full-text, take the citation to the Public Documents department to locate the documents.
Duke Law Libraries Research Guides
See especially European Union, GATT/WTO, International Law, NAFTA, Treaties, United Nations, and International Criminal Law.
Use for: Portal to European Union law: the Official Journal, treaties, case law, preparatory documents, and Parliamentary questions
Tips: For other European documents, see also the Council of Europe's site below.
European Treaty Series and European Court of Human Rights
From the Council of Europe.
European Union Institute for Security Studies
This think tank/autonomous agency of the EU provides its Chaillot Papers, Occasional Papers, and Newsletter free online.
JOLIS (World Bank-IMF library catalog)
Use for: identifying books, journals, articles, working papers, conference proceedings, technical reports, videos etc.
Tip: Search the Duke Libraries catalog and Google Scholar to find the full text.
North American Free Trade Agreement
Use for: documents from the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative and other useful links about trade.
Perkins Periodicals O11O (letter O's)
Also available through the Duke Libraries database SourceOECD.
Official Documents of the United Nations
Full text parliamentary documents and administrative issuances of the UN
Online 1997-present. 1975-present in Perkins Periodicals, earlier in Docs UN stacks CHRONICLE*/