Russia is voting on Sunday
On Sunday, the Russians are going to the polls and you can use our newspaper databases to monitor the coverage of the elections.
In Library PressDisplay you will find newspaper articles on the Russian elections from newspapers around the world. Coverage is restricted to the most recent 365 days.
To select a particular newspaper, use the left-hand menu. Select the country whose media you wish to follow for a list of available newspapers. from Russia, Library PressDisplay provides access to Rossiyskaya Gazeta, Pravda, Kommersant, as well as a wide range of regional newspapers and magazines.
The great advantage of Library PressDisplay is that it displays the newspapers exactly as they look in print. And it is very easy to select a new country for comparison.
If you wish to read more articles about politics in Russia leading up to the elections, we recommend that you use Factiva. Factiva comprises historical newspaper articles and boasts an advanced search function. Unfortunately, the major Russian newspapers are not part of our Factiva subscription but you can search other Russian and international newspapers in multiple languages.
For example, if you want to see today's international coverage of the Russian elections, simply:
- Set "Date" to "in the last day"
- Set language to “English” or “Russian” or any other language of your choice.
- Enter your query in the search box, e.g. “election” or “vybory”. Use the left-hand menu to delimit your results.
Another option is to select "News pages" from the top menu and change the country to Russia.
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Access to the newspaper databases
Access is available to CBS students and staff both on and off campus. The databases are available to everybody from CBS Library Solbjerg Plads.