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Diplomacy Monitor

The St. Thomas University School of Law Diplomacy Monitor tracks the document output of official government web sites in near real time. The system is set up to track hundreds of diplomacy-related web sites such as those of heads of state, foreign ministries, embassies, missions and consulates. Newly issued communiques, official statements, press briefings, position papers and news releases related to diplomacy or international trade are identified and then reviewed by the site’s editorial staff. The staff reviews, annotates and categorizes identified documents several times throughout the United Nations (New York) business day. There is a variety of ways to browse the content, by active issues, recently released major documents, or by nation or region. You can also do full-text searchs for documents that have been added within the last 90 days.

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Posted by: Bill Warters on 2006 11 22 | Filed under Research Tools  

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