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The Research Library and GlobalNet supports the Marshall Center mission by providing our students, alumni, faculty, and staff with the tools to promote active, peaceful, whole-of-government approaches to transnational and regional security challenges. The Library also supports the effort to create and enhance enduring partnerships worldwide in scholarship and research by providing:

  • Expertise and teaching in the discovery and application of scholarly information;
  • Access to information supporting the curriculum and independent research;
  • A place to engage with others, share knowledge and ideas.





LibGuides are a service provided by Marshall Center librarians to compile information resources on selected topics for Marshall Center faculty, staff, students, alumni and other library users. Use of these resources does not reflect the views of or endorsement by the Marshall Center, the US Department of Defense, or the US government, German government or Munich Security Conference. All original content in these compilations is copyrighted, unless specifically noted otherwise. All rights to copyrighted items are reserved.

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