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Jan 05 2011

Westlaw New Interface Demonstration

Westlaw International will be migrating to an entirely new interface this coming semester. In preparation for this move, Mr Bill White, specialist online trainer from Westlaw, will be offering demonstrations in the week of January 17, 2011. If you wish to take advantage of the new features of the Westlaw new interface, please register and reserve your seat here.


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Jan 05 2011

Latest Articles published in Foreign Policy

  1. Thank God It’s Over [An FP Photo Essay]
  2. Before we say goodbye to 2010, a look back at the year’s achievements and disasters, natural and otherwise.

  3. Headlines We Love [A Special FP Collection]
  4. Our Favorite 50 from 2010.

  5. Who Says Foreign Policy Can’t Look Good?
  6. FP had a pretty good year when it came to art. We celebrate the brilliant designers and photographers who translate ideas (and occasional wonkiness) into things of beauty.

  7. The Year in FP
  8. In global politics, it was a year of highs and lows. Our readers were mostly interested in the lows.

  9. “I Promise to Give Dmitry a Chance…” – By Joshua E. Keating
  10. New Year’s resolutions for world leaders.

  11. Next Year’s Wars
  12. The 16 brewing conflicts to watch for in 2011.

  13. The Serpent King
  14. How a notorious Malaysian wildlife smuggler was brought to justice — and what it tells us about stopping the world’s most profitable black market.
    Plus: Scenes from the illegal wildlife trade.

  15. The Shah’s Nuclear Dreams – By Abbas Milani
  16. The secret history of Iran’s 50-year quest for the bomb.

  17. The Limbo State – By Thomas De Waal [An FP Dispatch]
  18. A dangerous drift in postwar Abkhazia.

    Plus: Scenes of life in Europe’s “blank spot on the map.”


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Jan 05 2011

Social Sciences Citation Index expanded

The Libraries has recently expanded our subscription to Social Sciences Citation Index from 1970 back to 1956. Users now can access the database via ISI Web of Science and find articles published since 1956. The expanded coverage will benefit social sciences research across faculties on campus.


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