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; use your critical thinking to know if a source you intend to use is reliable or not!
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.
Best Delegate — A great resource for tips and tricks to becoming the leader of your committee.
UNA-USA — The official website for the national UN organization, which provides resources to support novice delegates throughout the entire MUN process.
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.