|1. PRIMARY SOURCES
The European Union has several web sites:
Other web sites of interest are:
West European Studies Virtual Library (University of Pittsburgh)
Europa @ Internet (University of Valencia)
The History of Europe as a Supranational Region (Primary Documents) (Brigham Young University)
There are also some discussion lists on the EU. You can subscribe by sending the following messages:
SUBSCRIBE EURO-LEX [your name] to: email@example.com
SUBSCRIBE EUSA list [your name] to EUSAfirstname.lastname@example.org
Eurocat: The Complete Catalogue of EC Publications and Documents (CD ROM containing material published by all EU institutions since 1985 and some before that date).
Bulletin of the European Union (formerly Communities). It gives a monthly review of current developments
EURO-info(an information bulletin aimed at small business).
European Foreign Policy Bulletin formerly European Political Cooperation Documentation Bulletin
General Report on the Activities of the European Community (published annually by the Commission)