Answered By: Ann Moriarty
Last Updated: May 23, 2020     Views: 119

Thank you for contacting the reference desk with your question on where to start searching for current headlines related to leadership issues in countries other than the United States.  Our recommendation is to start with online newspaper/current event databases/aggregators.  I have listed several below, most of which will allow you to conduct a keyword(s) search.  If these are not the type of resources you are looking for, please let us know.

  • Newspaper Source Plus
    Complete full-text of 150+ U.S. and international newspapers.  Regent username and ID required to access.
  • Newswires  Provides near real-time, full-text access to top global news from the Associated Press, United Press International, PR Newswire, Xinhua, CNN Wire, and Business Wire on a continuous basis. Regent username and ID required to access.
  • Google News
  • Search and browse thousands of news sources updated continuously.  Includes a World News section, as well as the option to add additional news topic categories (option towards the right of the screen);
  • BBC News
    International news with separate pages for geographic regions such as Africa, the US and Canada, Latin America, and the United Kingdom.
  • NewsIsFree
    Browse headlines, sources, news maps, or search the news at this online news reader, RSS Directory, and news search engine. Login or create an account for additional features.  Browse news sources by category feature.
  • GlobalPost
    A Web-based news organization providing international news coverage via a team of in-country correspondents.
  • Access World News: Research Collection
    Local, regional, and national U.S. newspapers as well as full-text content of key international sources.

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