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Your first stop for research: a guide to resources for International Relations

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About this guide

Your first contact for research

Welcome to the subject guide for International Relations. 

Use the tabs to explore:

  • resources provided by the Library
  • useful and relevant subject information
  • how to find, use and analyse information
  • how to cite and reference
  • where to go for further advice

If this guide doesn't answer your query then please contact Marie Nicholson (Academic Subject Librarian for International Relations). 

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Academic Subject Librarians can support you with using the Library resources. We do this via workshops, one-to-one appointments and email. I can help with finding information and referencing queries. You can email me at or book an appointment with me using the 'Make an appointment' link on this page.

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