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Tuesday, 18th July 2006

Source for Primary Documents and International News: Diplomacy Monitor

With so much international news making headlines of late, Diplomacy Monitor has become an essential resource for primary documents and news releases from various governments and government agencies. This free service from the St. Thomas University School of Law offers direct access to information (communiques, news releases, etc) from governments around the globe, gathered and posted to this database very soon after they are released on the web. We first posted about this service in early 2004.

Material is searchable and also browsable in various compilations. Examples include:
• Documents By Region
• Documents By Issue
• By Nation (Source)
• By Nation (Affected)

Additionally, material is cached and non-English docs are also linked to mechanical translations into English. (be careful, of course).

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