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Guide of the Week: US Foreign Policy

For historic background and access to current foreign policy information, try this week’s “Guide of the Week” from the ALA GODORT Handout Exchange Wiki:

Government Documents on U.S. Foreign Policy (Bert Chapman, Purdue University, 1999) Last updated 3/10/2008

Bert truly starts his guide at the beginning with The Revolutionary Diplomatic Correspondence of the United States (6 vols.) and moves on to such current resources such as:

  • Foreign Consular Offices in the U.S.
  • United States Contributions to International Organizations
  • Legislation on Foreign Relations Through (year)
  • Commission for Assistance to a Free Cuba
  • European Union “Common” Foreign and Security Policy

There’s a lot to wander through. So please go wander. And if you’re a documents librarian with a handout of your own, please post it to the Handout Exchange Wiki!

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