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Access World News Research Collection
Newspaper articles from local, national and international sources.
Foreign Broadcast Information Services (FBIS) Daily Reports, 1941-1996
News sources compiled and translated by the CIA. Includes foreign media reports from newspapers, newswires, and broadcast media.
LexisNexis Academic (now called Nexis Uni)
Includes major newspapers from U.S., Europe, Africa, the Americas and Australia. Primarily in English.
New York Times (nytimes.com)
New enhanced access to the nytimes.com. Users MUST first register at http://AccessNYT.com and then use https://www.nytimes.com/ for access afterwards. You must register annually to keep access. After registration you will be able to access the resource on any device. Access news articles from 1980 to the present. When accessing it on campus we have NO access to 1923-1980 but if you are off-campus you have 5 articles per day for 1923-1980 content (due to a lawsuit between publisher and vendor), all other years are available on and off campus. We do NOT have access to the cooking app or the full size crossword puzzle, though you will have access to the mini crossword puzzle.
World News Connection (East View version)
Follows up the FBIS coverage with open source news material from 1995-2013.
World Politics Review World Politics Review provides uncompromising analysis of critical global trends to give policymakers, analysts, academics and readers with a deep interest in international affairs the context they need to have the confidence they want. Though strictly nonpartisan with regard to political party affiliation or allegiance, WPR can be broadly described as liberal internationalist, combining a reality-based approach that recognizes the need for all the tools and instruments of statecraft, with a preference for diplomacy and multilateralism in support of a rules- and norms-based global order.
Foreign Affairs Foreign Affairs has been the leading forum for serious discussion of American foreign policy and global affairs. It is now a multiplatform media organization with a print magazine, a website, a mobile site, various apps and social media feeds, an event business, and more. Foreign Affairs is published by the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), a non-profit and nonpartisan membership organization dedicated to improving the understanding of U.S. foreign policy and international affairs through the free exchange of ideas.The magazine’s first issue led with a statement setting out an editorial vision that has remained constant ever since.