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Src: The Asian Studies Monitor ISSN 1329-9778
17 Apr 2009
The Current Digest of the Post-Soviet Press (CDPSP) -
Digital Archive 1949 to the present
East View Information Services, Inc., Minneapolis, MN, US
"For much of its history The Current Digest of the Soviet Press (later The Current Digest of the Post-Soviet Press) was the most important, and most used, English-language resource for Soviet studies scholars. Now, its rebirth as a massive digital archive allows for unprecedented primary-source research in authoritative Soviet and Russian materials. The CDPSP Digital Archive starts from 1949 to 2008.
Searches of the archive reveal unique historical, political, scientific and social insights buried in over 70,000 articles from primary-source newspapers and journals. The Current Digest's valuable insights into Russia and the post-Soviet space continue on today with East View Press publishing current issues each week. - cf."
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Link reported by: Carolyn Fennell (carolyn.fennell--at--eastview.com)
Internet Archive (web.archive.org) [the site was not archived at the time of this abstract]
* Resource type [news - documents - study - corporate info. - online guide]: Corporate info.
* Publisher [academic - business - govt. - library/museum - NGO - other]: Business
* Scholarly usefulness [essential - v.useful - useful - interesting - marginal]: Rating not available
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