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American Presidency Project
A comprehensive collection of presidential papers, speeches, executive orders, etc. from Presidents Washington through Obama.
China Power Project
An organization that assesses China's standing in the world as compared to other nations.
The magazine's home page offers many paywall-free articles. For full access use MAS Ultra.
Foreign Policy magazine
Read some older articles for free on the website, or find full coverage in MAS Ultra.
Foreign Relations of the United States
Foreign relations documents from the Lincoln administration through the George H.W. Bush administration.
James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies
This NGO uses analysis and education outreach to slow the development of weapons of mass destruction.
Radio Free Europe/ Radio Liberty
US news outreach to the world, particularly countries where a free press is not available.
US State Department
US government information about foreign policy and international issues.
Walter Russell Mead on FA
Annals of American History
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Over 2,000 primary documents including speeches, historical accounts, memoirs, poems, images and multimedia.
History Study Center
A collection of primary and secondary sources on global history from ancient times to the present day.
Search a wide selection of reference sources, academic journals, popular magazines, images and primary source documents.
Current newspapers from around the world, and 350 years of historical newspapers from the United States.
Specific journals (these require login):
View news stories as reported by agencies on both sides of the political divide.
Google advanced search
Brief instructions for limiting your Google search to relevant pages.
Journal search in a Menlo database
If you want to read a particular journal, follow these instructions.
A quick how-to-use guide for advanced search in JSTOR.
Media Bias/Fact Check
This site explains the degree of bias of over 2600 media outlets using a number of criteria.
How America became a superpower
Why does the US have 800 military bases around the world?
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