Tuesday March 27, 2018

Straight from the Source: The Latest in Government Documents

Information resources specialist and adjunct history professor Scott West presents this month's dispatch from the colorful, cogent and sometimes controversial world of government documents:

Afghanistan: US Policy & International Commitments

Burma’s Brutal Campaign Against the Rohingya

Examining Advancements in Biofuels: Balancing Federal Research & Market Innovation

Russia: Counterterrorism Partner or Fanning the Flames?

Russian Interference in the 2016 US Elections

Tax Cuts & Jobs Act

The State of the World: National Security Threats & Challenges

United States Army in World War II Special Studies: Rearming the French

Yellowstone National Park Trip Planner

FDLP logoAbout government documents, or 'Govdocs'

Roesch Library has been an official Federal Depository Library since 1969, offering free public access to print and/or electronic publications of the Government Publishing Office. So, when you hear about government hearings, reports, regulations, or related information and publications, you can read the actual item through Roesch Library’s print or electronic subscriptions. 

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