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Crisis in Kashmir: Resolving Geopolitical Legacies Simulation
The following resources will allow your to find materials to support your position in the debate. The library provides many resources to find information. This guide includes a limited selection of resources which should be most helpful for this assignment. These links provide access to books, journals, newspapers and policy publications.
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APA 7th edition citation for business sourcesSource citation: Schemm, N., Dellenbach, M., Grisham, Z., Hageman, M., Tingle, N., Trowbridge, M., & Wheatley, A. (2020). APA 7th ed. citation for business sources. https://bit.ly/APA7business
The World Bank's principal data source on the global economy. More than 550 time series, 1960-present, on more than 200 countries and 18 country groups, covering demographic, social, economic, financial, natural resources, and environmental indicators.
Scholarly Articles/ Position Papers/ Analysis for Think Tanks and other organizations
Allows you to search for library books as well as scholarly articles. Search keywords such as: Kashmir and (history or conflict resolution). Use the filters on the left of the screen to limit to scholarly articles, books. You can also filter by Discipline or Subject.
Current Events/ News: Search newspapers, broadcasts and other media sources
Searches thousands of news publications including NYT, WSJ, Times of India. Use Search Builder to add keywords. You can select a data range and limit by source. To limit to the headline and lead paragraph be sure to scroll down the screen to More Options and then select Headline and Lead Paragraph from the "Search for free-text terms in" dropdown.