Chatham House Online Archive, 1st Edition
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- More than 300,000 pages
- Approximately 70,000 minutes of audio
Chatham House Online Archive, Module 1 offers a fully-searchable research environment where users can explore Chatham House’s collection of materials from the Institute’s foundation in 1920 to 1979. Detailed subject indexing of primary sources ranging from briefing papers, special reports and pamphlets to conference papers and monographs enable users to quickly search and retrieve expert knowledge, opinion, and advice from a broad range of players in the field of international affairs in the 20th century.
Gale, part of Cengage Learning has partnered with Chatham House, the world-leading center for policy research on international affairs, to digitize Chatham House’s rich archive covering the 20th and 21st centuries. Containing over 90 years of high level analysis and research on global trends and key events and issues, this searchable online archive brings international affairs knowledge and expertise directly to the desktops of researchers and students.
The Chatham House Online Archive: the publications and archives of the Royal Institute of International Affairs is a multi-disciplinary resource bringing a 20th and 21st century world perspective to researchers and students. The archive is divided into two parts. The first part will cover years 1920-1979, and the second part will cover years 1980-2008.
The Chatham House was voted the #1 Non-U.S. Think Tank the past five consecutive years.
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