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International Studies (Polytechnic campus)

This is a guide to Library and other important resources used in research projects of the International Studies CISA program at the Polytechnic campus.

International News

A complete list of news & newspaper databases held by the ASU Library is available and includes the years of coverage.

Below are some of the recommended ones:

International News Magazines -- Non-US

International News - Non-English Sources

Not sure what the name of the major newspaper might be or the name you have does not show up anywhere else? Then use the sources below.  Ulrichsweb does provide a link to the website.

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