Explore databases and resources relevant to research in Political Science. Use the tabs on the left to find specific types of resources, such as journal articles, books, and reference works.
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Background Information & Reference
Area Studies Guides
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East Asian Studies
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European Studies (Advanced Researchers)
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Latin American Studies
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Middle East Studies
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Russian & Slavic Studies (Advanced Researchers)
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Scandinavian & Nordic Studies (Advanced Researchers)
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South Asian Studies
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Southeast Asian Studies
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Getting Full Text
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