- Latin American Studies Program
University of Texas at Austin. This is the best site going. It contains links to country homepages, library collections, Latin American newspapers and magazines in several languages, other university programs, etc. Links to sites related to all topics listed in the 17.544 syllabus.
- Latin American Studies Association
- Latin American Studies Resource Sharing Project
Association of Research Libraries (ARL) This site gives tables of contents for 300+ journals from Argentina and Mexico whose articles can be accessed through Interlibrary Loan in the U.S.
- David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies
Harvard University. This site offers up-to-the-minute information about Boston area events related to Latin America (lectures, seminars, concerts, etc.). It also provides access to the Latin America Database, a comprehensive news monitoring service sponsored by the Center.
- MIT Foreign Languages and Literature
homepage has various articles from regional magazines and newspapers on-line. Click on Publications, then on Spanish.
- United Nations Economic Commission on Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC)
- Inter-American Development Bank (IADB)
- United States Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)
The World Factbook. Contains basic declassified information on countries of the world.
- The Latin American Alliance
Very complete site with tons of useful links
- Democracy Center
Information on democracy throughout the world.
- Freedom House
Information on political, civil, media, and economic freedom around the world.
- Latino On-Line News Network (Spanish and English).
- Radio Stations in Latin America
- Development Experience Clearinghouse
Information from the U.S. Agency for International Development on democracy and development around the world.
- Economist Intelligence Unit Country Intelligence
Country Reports, Country Profiles, and Country Commerce
- National Journal Group’s Policy Central
Contains: National Journal - a weekly on politics and government; CongressDaily - twice daily news service covering Capitol Hill; The Hotline - a daily news briefing on politics and campaigns; Technology Daily - news service on information technology politics and policy; The Almanac of American Politics - data on members of Congress, their states and districts; and Poll Track - a database of public opinion surveys.