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A well-researched paper probably involves all of these

Books (see below)

News Sources (see below)

Bibliographic Databases  (see below) and/or History Databases and/or Google Scholar.  For the record, we have EU databases and UN databases 

Meet with me and/or Politics Librarian and/or Subject Area Specialist. PU Library has specialists in Modern European HistoryNear East Studies, Slavic countries (including Russia and Former USSR).

Determine relevant NGOs (e.g., IISS, CFR)  and Think Tanks (in addition to Brookings and Rand) via Harvard Think Tank Search; subscribe to their newsletters.

Congressional Research Service Reports (e.g., Brexit)

And you'll love this or hate it...Voxgov.com 

Library Catalog Subject Headings for Books

News sources

Politico Pro You can sign up for the morning Defense newsletter or EU newsletters.  If something looks interesting, access the content via our Politico Pro link. (NB: our subscription doesn't include all EU content, but let me know if you want something you can't access).

 

EU Observer newsletter

NATO newsletter

Europe News https://libguides.princeton.edu/newspapers/Europe