Government  and International Relations Honors Papers

Government and International Relations Honors Papers

 
Papers accepted for honors in Government and International Relations.

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Submissions from 2014

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Counterinsurgency Redux? Dutch Counterinsurgency in Uruzgan, Afghanistan 2006-2010, Andrew Majkut

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The Peruvian Conflict: Policy and Implementation of Changing Counterinsurgency Strategy, Michelle Strayer

Submissions from 2013

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The Will to Adapt: The Post 2008 US Economic Crisis and its Impact on Refugee Resettlement in the United States, Meredith Byrne

Submissions from 2012

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Balancing the Process of Democratization and the Continuation of State Stability: The Case of Mexico, Elise Dunn

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Defending a Growing Democracy: German Couterterrorism from 1970 to the Present, Edward Fisher

Submissions from 2011

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After Truth: The Truth and Reconciliation Commission, Media and Race Relations in Post-Apartheid South Africa, Jazmin Acuña Cantero

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The Identity of Political Support: Personal Constituents, Gender, and Political Ambition, Hayley Sullivan

Submissions from 2010

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Separated Children Fleeing Persecution: A Comparative Study of Asylum Policies in the U.K. and the U.S., Sarah M. Howe

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Emergency Response in Large-Scale Disasters: Lessons Learned and Implications for National Security, Ashton Rohmer

Submissions from 2009

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The Restriction of Civil Liberties during Times of Crisis: The Evolution of America's Response to National Military Threats, Matthew D. Fairman

Submissions from 2008

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Smart People, Stupid Networks: The Internet’s Equalizing Influence on Political Discourse and Engagement, Joseph D. Backer

Submissions from 2007

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Static or Flux? Experience and the Evolution of Harry S. Truman's Decision-Making Process, Joanna A. Gillia

Submissions from 2006

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Running Against the Political Winds: How Gubernatorial Campaign Strategies Contribute to Mixed Partisan Outcomes in Simultaneous Gubernatorial and Presidential Elections, Christopher J. Devine

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Decentralization and Political Participation: Argentina and Chile in Comparative Perspective, Andrew W. Maki

Submissions from 2004

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Abstention and Exemption: American Exceptionalism and the International Criminal Court, Rebecca C. Hughes