For Secondary Sources
For Primary Sources
Miami University Libraries have United Nations documents dating back into at least the 1950s. However, we were/are not a depository, that is collection comprehensively all UN publications. The majority of the collection focuses on the Security Council and the Social and Economic Council (SEC) although the SEC is more spotty. All documents are shelved either in the UN Collection in the lower level of King Library or in SWDepository (which is storage) or, for more modern documents, in electronic format. All of the documents should be cataloged in Miami's online catalog. However, to discover many of the early documents it may be easier to use an index below. All UN documents have a Library of Congress Call number, the same classification used for the general book collection, but again are shelved in a special section on the lower level of King Library.
These titles tend contain more recent documents, since 1990ish. Some do have selective historical documents, but are probably not complete.
Printed Indexes to printed resources
These indexes will provide subject access to printed resources and would be more comprehensive for documents before the 1990s. Once you find the bibliographic information and then go to the library's catalog/OhioLINK/WorldCat to look up the document.
Use newspapers to track public sentiment, analysis, and events.