Discover the exclusive stories from one of the late twentieth and early twenty-first century's most volatile and influential regions.
With stories stemming from Jerusalem, Ankara, Beirut, and their surrounding areas, these records include news stories in the form of typescript carbons or wire copy – the versions that AP sent on to its member newspapers, which members were then free to alter. Among the most covered topics are military operations, civil and global wars, diplomacy, refugees, cultural clashes, and terrorism, providing dynamic, real-time insights from the second half of the twentieth century into issues of global importance that still impact the world today.
The database will be of immense value to students and scholarly or professional investigators in the fast-changing field of journalism; historical researchers will also find it a tremendous resource.
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- Humanities & Social Sciences
- Middle Eastern Studies
- Political Science & Diplomatic Studies
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