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  • Columbia International Affairs Online (CIAO) A Best Bet database
    Articles and reports on international affairs. Includes scholarly articles, papers from university research institutes and non-governmental organizations, foundation-funded research projects, and conference proceedings. 1991 - current.
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  • PAIS International A Best Bet database
    PAIS International indexes journal articles, books, statistical yearbooks, conference proceedings, research reports and government documents from all over the world on public affairs, political science, public administration, and international relations 1915-current.
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  • Women's Studies International (EBSCO) A Best Bet database
    Core topics in women's studies as well as current topics in feminist research. Includes sociology, history, political science, public policy, business, and education. Indexes journals, newspapers, newsletters, books, proceedings, and dissertations. 1972-current.
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  • Struggles for Freedom in Southern Africa (Aluka) A Best Bet database
    Documents and images related to Southern African countries, including periodicals, newspapers, records of colonial government commissions, correspondence, UN documents, out-of-print books, oral testimonies, life histories, and speeches.
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    • Aluka
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