This site includes pdf files on Commitment to Pursue Constitutional Reform, Joint statement, and Declaration on Strengthening Relations. Additionally, the site has news, links, and contact information to various people.
Their webpage has information about their country, current events, and a list of schools and individuals who teach their language. You can view their page in English or Czech., though not all the links are in English.
Denmark may be a small country, but the embassy's web site is broad and deep. You can find all the stuff you would expect to find at an embassy site, plus a document about the late Queen Ingrid's life.
The Estonian Embassy in Washington has put together a helpful site with lots of links to all things Estonian. You can view their website in English and Estonian. There is an explanation of the US-Baltic Charter.
The Russian Embassy in Washington D.C. has built a large site filled with all kinds of information. Whether you are looking to travel, research Russian history or learn about modern Russia, this is a great resource.
They provide up-to-date information about Britain including UK Government policy & humanitarian efforts, British science & technology advancements, requirements & regulations for visas to Britain, and a wealth of additional information and news about Britain in the US. They have a page for children.