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From the United Nations, a variety of data on member nations, including demographics and basic economic data.
Wide variety of economic and demographic statistics from the European Union.
From the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, demographic, economic, and lifestyle stats.
World Bank Data
The World Bank offers a variety of data, primarily economic and financial, but touching on subjects such as health and climate change.
Interesting visual representations of statistics, mainly on income; Flash-based. Data comes mainly from the UN, WHO, and World Bank.
Canada's national statistics agency site.
United Kingdom: Statistics
Research and statistics from Great Britain.
Pew Global Attitudes Project
Global public opinion trends in 56 countries on topics ranging from attitudes toward the U.S. to people's assessments of their own lives to views about globalization, democratization, extremism, and other important issues.
International: By Topic
(CSUSB users only.) This international marketing database includes extensive demographic and economic data, including lifestyles and attitudes. Check under the section "Countries & Consumers." Covers North America, Asia Pacific, and Europe only.
Food & Agriculture: FAOSTAT
Food and agriculture division of the UN. Data includes agricultural production, import/export, fertilizer & chemical use, and more.
UNESCO Institute for Statistics
Focuses on education, literacy, communication outlets, and science/technology development.
World Health Organization (WHO) Data & Statistics
Worldwide data on disease, health, mortality, nutrition, risk factors, health care services.
IMF eLibrary Data
International Monetary Fund reports on financial statistics, including balance of trade and balance of payments. Choose by country or by topic.
SIPRI Military Expenditure Database
From the Stockholm Peace Research Institute, military spending by country since 1988.
(CSUSB users only.) Detailed country reports include a variety of statistics, such as demographics, economy, etc.