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E-books is a collective term for electronic publications, readable on computers, smartphones, tablets or e-readers. Note: one does not need an e-reader to read our e-books!
Many, mostly older, e-books are freely available online. Generally they can be downloaded, copied and exchanged without restrictions. More recent e-books from commercial publishers are available under license. Depending on publishers regulations, downloading etc. can be restricted.
E-book collections with content in the field of International Relations
Google books contains a mix of copyright free books and copy-righted titles. From the copy-righted books you can only read portions. It is estimated that Google Books scanned 25 million titles by now. Recently published books mostly have copyright and are not available for reading the complete text.
Includes book reviews, both formal and informal, in a not very systematic but sometimes useful way.