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General Resources for Articles and Reports
Political Science Complete
Includes full-text journals, reference books and thousands of conference papers covering political topics with a worldwide focus, including international relations, political theory, comparative politics, humanitarian issues, law and legislation, and non-governmental organizations. Also includes a subject-specific thesaurus of more than 26,000 terms.
The subject filter can be helpful. Look for "International relations" or "Political Science." The Library Catalog filter is the best way to limit your results to books. Books are a great way to gain a sense of scope for a topic (instead of just piecing together very specific articles).
Might prove useful in finding primary source material or for articles on political history. Also includes scholarly articles for international relations, but Library Search will have more complete results.
This is our largest collection of both national and international law review articles so is a good choice for topics about the law and international relations.
Oxford Bibliographies: International Relations
Index of literature concerning the study of foreign affairs and political interaction between states, as well as the whole complex of cultural, economic, legal, military, and political relations of all states and their component populations, as well as non-state actors and international organizations.
Find current and historic news coverage.
Find articles, policy papers, think tanks and more for understanding national and international public policy.
Find resources for researching a specific country's government, politics, economy, and more.
Use this guide for topics related to the treatment of a country's citizens, criminal justice, civil liberties and rights, fairness of elections, and corruption.
Find statistics by subject or location. Learn how to evaluate statistics.
Learn what primary sources are and how to find them.