United Nations Collection of Princeton University Library
United Nations Depository Library No. 007
Voting Patterns in the United Nations:
A Highly Selective Listing
Early Analysis of Voting Patterns
Published by the Dundas , Ontario : Peace Research Institute, 1975-1983.
Affinities of nations : tables of Pearson correlations coefficients of U.N. General Assembly roll-call votes : 1946-1973 and 1974-1977. / Hanna Newcombe, Terry Mahoney and Hanna Newcombe, James Wert.
Alternative pasts : U.N. roll-call votes under weighted voting, 1946-1973. / Hanna Newcombe, Terry Mahoney.
Nations in groups: typal analyses of roll-call votes in the U.N. General Assembly. 1946-1973 and 1974-1977. / Hanna Newcombe, John Allett
Nations on record : United Nations General Assembly roll-call votes. 1946-1973 and 1974-1977. / Lynn Schopen [et al.]. and Hanna Newcombe.
Voting Practices in the United Nations
Voting alliances in the United Nations are of keen interest to many who deal with the function of the world body from either a scholarly or a policy perspective. Since 1983, as required by U.S. law from that time forward, the United States Department of State has issued an annual publication which reports that agency's perspective on recorded votes in the United Nations General Assembly and Security Council. Since the Department of State is closely allied with the administration it serves, when an administration changes, State Department documents can become difficult to locate even when they remain available in electronic format. The listing below privides links for all years we have been able to determine that electronic access is available.
For paper copies of these materials, held in many libraries for 1985 until 2006, see the main catalog of the library, or the Documents section if such materials are held separately. Years for 2007 and following are only distributed in electronic format. Cataloging data is as follows:
Related annual titles from the U.S. State Department, published for many years, follow a like pattern of earlier paper volumes, and later also electronic, and finally electornic only. These include