Global and Regional Studies
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Yearbook of the United Nations. (Ref 341.13 Un3) Lake Success, NY: United Nations. Library has 1952, 1958 to present, with the most recent issues being online. Year by year account of UN activity.
Discover articles and books from many of our databases.
Another useful way to get a list of citations in your area of interest is to browse the bibliographies of other dissertations and theses. See if any of the articles listed would be of interest to your research as well.
Women and International Human Rights Law. (Ref 305.42 As48) 3 vols. Ardsley, NY: Transational, 1999-
Country Reports on Human Rights Practices - Full text report from the State Department. You can access the most recent report, or go back through the archive beginning in 1999.
Freedom House.org - A non-profit, non partisan group focusing on human rights advocacy and analysis.
Human Rights Watch - News and information from this organization, plus annual world reports, accessible by country name.
The Torture Archive - Over 83,000 pages from the National Security Archive at George Washington University. Includes legal documents from the US and foreign courts, information on practices of US military and intelligence sources, the complete Combatant Status Review Tribunal and the ARB files from the Pentagon. Searchable.
Annotated bibliography of Government Documents Related to the Threat of Terrorism and the Attacks of September 11, 2001 - An annotated linkable bibliography of around 250 federal government publications from the Oklahoma Department of Libraries.
APA Style Guide (quick guide from the SMC Library)
MLA Style Guide (quick guide from the SMC Library)
Citation Management Software
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