Use these helpful links and databases during your research to gain a better understanding and knowledge of the topics you will be discussing. Note that this is not an exhaustive list of all the possible sources out there, and remember that position papers will be factored into your score towards awards, so make it count!
United Nations — The official website for the United Nations, the supranational organization on which MUN is based on.
CIA: The World Factbook — The go-to database for any MUN delegate to gain a basic overview of their country.
Council on Foreign Relations — United States-based organization and think tank covering major regions and significant issues.
U.S. Department of State — Official website of the government of the United States of America.
BBC — British public service broadcasting corporation, providing breaking news and impartial public service broadcasting globally.
Los Angeles Times — California-based newspaper covering a wide variety of topics.
The New York Times — New York-based newspaper covering a wide range of topics and points of discussion.
Time Magazine — World-renowned publication filled with articles and essays of leading minds within the industry.
Newsweek Magazine — Literary publication with many essays and editorials written by experts in their respective fields.