Political Science studies at New York University focus on the theory and practice of politics at the domestic and international levels. Major areas covered in the NYU curriculum include quantitative and formal political analysis, political methodology, American politics, political theory, comparative politics, and international relations. This guide provides a variety of online and print resources for students and researchers of political science and other related disciplines.
Databases and resources for locating political science journals and full-text articles.
Political encyclopedias, dictionaries, almanacs, directories, handbooks, and more.
U.S. federal and state legal resources, including legislative, executive, judicial documents.
Resources for comparative politics, world politics, international relations, and foreign policy.
Resources for national security, peace studies, military conflict, and domestic and international terrorism.
Information on elections, electoral data, political parties, voter behavior, and campaigns.
Find U.S. and international historical political documents and primary resources.
Resources for political behavior and the psychological orientation of political groups.
U.S. and international political dataset collections, including surveys, election studies, and polls.
Economic and other interdisciplinary resources for the study of political economy and economic analysis.
Philosophy and political science resources for political theory and political philosophy research.
United Nations and International Documents available online and through NYU subscription.