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CIA World Factbook
Information about the world's nations from the CIA.
The activities of the U.S. Congress; contains all floor action.
Guide to Political Research Online
Prepared by a professor emeritus from the University of Illinois.
This portal combines fifteen databases and 55 million records from different UN agencies with more expected in the future. Major topics include agriculture, employment, education, energy, environment, health, human development, industry, information and communication technology, population, refugees, trade, and tourism.
Follow the Money
Great resource for data and reports on campaign contributions and funding on the state level. Covers a wide variety of topics.
International Political Education Database (IPED)
The International Political Education Database (IPED) is a bibliographic database of journal articles relating to teaching and learning in politics, international relations, public administration and related fields. It aims to raise the profile of existing publications to encourage further research and enhancements to student learning.
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