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RESEARCH & RESOURCES

The Avalon Project at YALE LAW SCHOOL contains searchable database. The database has documents concerning Lao and Indochina dating back to the 18th century.
The newsletter of the Thailand / Laos / Cambodia Studies Group of the Association for Asian Studies, a non-profit scholarly association. It is published semiannualy

The site keeps track of the emerging information about Laos and the Lao people around the world. This facility is located at Vicnet , Melbourne, Australia. Maintained by LaoWeb team as part of the LaoNet Global Project

This site focuses on Cambodian, Lao, and Vietnamese refugees in California

Northern Illinois University's Center for Southeast Asian Studies was the second such Center established in the United States. It has country strengths in the study of Burma (Myanmar), Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, The Philippines, and Thailand

Homepage of the National University of Lao.
Links to other Southeast Asian sources.
The Southeast Asia Guide lists print resources, Internet sites, libraries on the UW-Madison campus and elsewhere in the world, and different organizations related to Southeast Asia. This guide is not an exhaustive list of the resources available on the UW-Madison campus.

As a premier resource on Southeast Asia, the Echols collection annually adds more than 7000 volumes to its collection. It is the most comprehensive body of material on a global region in the Cornell University Library system and the largest collection on Southeast Asia in the United States

The Indochina Center of the University of California, Berkeley, contains one of the largest collections in the worldof English-language materials on Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia