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United Nations Documentation: Reseach Guide is the U.N.Library's official research guide on peacekeeping. Use this guide for general ideas about what information is out there on this subject.
UNBISnet is the United Nations Library catalog. It has records back to 1979 and full-text to 1992.
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Department of Political Affairs advises the Secretary-General in political affairs. It monitors activities such as terrorism, peacekeeping, conflict resolution, etc.
First Committe of the General Assembly: Disarmament & International Security contains documents produced by this U.N. organ on this issue.
International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) protects the world from ionizing radiation caused by accidents or hostile activities.
Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) is the organisation to ensure that the
Session Documentation Listed By Agenda Items is the agenda of what is debated in the current session of the General Assembly.
U.N. Department for Disarmament Affairs has information on disarmament from weapons of mass distruction to gender and disarmament.
U.N. Institute for Disarmament Research organizes research and conferences to encourage security and development.
U.N. Peacekeeping contains a history of their operations and information on the present missions.
U.N. Security Council is the U.N. organization that is in charge of maintaining the peace.