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Fall 2016 Issue

Exploring an Unconventional Approach to Denuclearization: Applying Lessons from the Argentine-Brazilian Nuclear Cooperation to Curtail the Nuclear Arms Race in South Asia
Jirawat Chotipatoomwan

Economic Diversification in Saudi Arabia: The Challenges of a Rentier State
Doreen Horschig

“Reform or Die:” Doi Moi, TPP, and the Legitimacy of Power in Vietnam
Andrew Keough

How Coalitions in the Islamic Republic of Iran Maintain the Regime’s Stability: A Review on the Competition Among the Coalitions and Blocs of Power in Post-Revolution Iran
Dena Motevalian

Mill on Paternalism
Eunseong Oh

The Social Aspects of Brazilian Cinema: The Dyadic Relations Between Art and Society and its Ramifications in the Retomada Movement
Laura Rossi

The Making of Modern Human Rights
Brittany Stubbs

Spring 2016 Issue

Modern US National Security: Enduring Long-Term Core Objectives and Changing Short-term interests
Doreen Horschig 

The Development of Indian National Identity: What Was the Impact of the British Raj?
Zainab Zaheer

Human Rights: An Overlapping Consensus among Realism, Liberalism, and Marxism?
Brittany Stubbs

Regime Type and Civil War Susceptibility
Mark Sizwebanzi Mngomezulu

Between Balance and Bandwagon: Why the United States and Japan Are Best Friends?
Kazumichi Uchida

The Judicialization of Politics and the Independence of Constitutional Court: The Case of South Korea
Eunseong Oh

War on Terror: An Actual War or a Social Construct by the Bush Administration
Sinan Zhang

Born to Be Different: The national identity and the other in the Russian Political Elite Discourse
Anastasiia Vlasenko

Fall 2015 Issue

Citizenship in Colonial Africa: An Overview of British and French Repertoires
Mark Sizwebanzi Mngomezulu 

A New Colonialism for Africa?: Towards An Understanding of China-Africa Relations
Karim Dewidar

Conflict Escalation, Signaling and Screening: Compatibility or Competition?
Kazumichi Uchida

Bordered Citizenship: Why Distributive Justice Requires Republic Citizenship
JiMin Kim

Issues of Legality and Legitimacy: The Responsibility to Protect and NATO’s intervention in Libya
Lesley Connolly

Spring 2015 Issue

Sexual Citizenship and EU Conditionality
Séhzad M. Sooklall

Does Official Development Assistance Contribute to Long- Term Growth and Stability in Afghanistan?
David Esmati

From Operation Serval to Barkhane: Understanding France’s Increased Involvement in Africa in the Context of Françafrique and Post- colonialism
Carmen Cuesta Roca

China’s Economic Espionage: Stealing, not Destroying
Reema Hibrawi

The Anti-Communist Myth: A critical examination of aggregate U.S. foreign policy analysis of the Cold War
Dylan Heyden

An Appraisal of the Joint Development Approach to the South China Sea Dispute: Prospects and Challenges
Guan Hui Lee

Is Sustained Economic Growth in Russia’s Future?
Joel Alexander

Iraq: State Or National Collapse?
Paul Mutter

Power to the Babushkas? Reconsidering the Relationship between Russian Politics and the Elderly
Ilaria Parogni

From Multi-Party to Two-Party System: The Applicability of Duverger’s Law and the Taiwanese Election Reform
Pei-Yu Wei

Empowering Women or Hollow Words? Gender References in Peace Agreements
Lori Perkovich

A New Cold War in the Arctic?
Roma Parhad

Faculty Spotlight: A Conversation with Professor Michael Williams
Jordan Clifford

Fall 2014 Issue:

Letter from the Editor

MADELEINE WYKSTRA

The Faces of D-Company: An Analysis of the Terror-Crime Nexus
ELIZABETH BENNETT

Acquiescence and Consent in Democratic Theory
ANDREW TRIPODO

Scottish Independence: The Thistle in Europe’s Side
ELIA FRANCESCO NIGRIS AND JAMES LEES

Is Liberal Hypocrisy Causing Politic DISENGAGEMENT?
JAMES LEES

Nauru: An Experiment
HANNAH THOMAS

Spring 2014 Issue:

In Search of New State Capitalism: Reflections on SOE Management in China, Brazil and Turkey
Mustafa Ozgur Bozcaga

A Critique of John Locke’s Conception of Property
Ramiro S. Fúnez

Forecasting Egypt’s Future Policies and Politics
Jonathan Grady

“Asisoze Sivume” (We Will Not Yield): An Analysis of the Political Selection Institutions in Zimbabwe
James Lees

A Critique of Confucian Legitimacy
Sihang Luo

The Question of Status in Puerto Rico Revisited: Rational-Choice, Spatial Analysis, and Heresthetics
Rashid C.J. Marcano-Rivera

Power Shifts in the City of Milan: An Analysis Using Selectorate Theory
Elia Francesco Nigris

The Italian 2013 General Elections: Using the Sequential Negotiation Model to Understand the Outcomes
Elia Francesco Nigris

Apportionment and Sequential Allocation: Toward a Fair Division Method for the Spratly Islands Dispute
Daniel Smith

Civilizations in International Affairs: An Examination of Samuel P. Huntington’s Clash of Civilizations
Zhewen Jiang

Book Review of Sven Steinmo 2010. The Evolution of Modern States: Sweden, Japan, and the United States. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2010.
Nils Röper

Spring 2013 Issue (pdf)

Fall 2012 Issue:

Fed’s Quantitative Easing the Right Call Adam Krupinski

From Recklessness to Leadership Serhan Ayhan

China a Bully? Depends on Who’s Judging Susy Tekunan

The Virtues of Leaks James Gold

Whether You Like It or Not: Building U.S. Stability Operations Capability Jacob Cedusky

The Army We Need: A Case for Matching Structure to Mission in the 21st Century Ryan Scadlock

Spring 2012 Issue:

Labor Market Insecurities and the Rise of Far Right Parties Kasia Borussalian

The Costs of Excessive US Commitments Abroad: What Makes a Superpower? Garni Gharekhanian

Review of Censoring an Iranian Love Story by Shahriar Mandanipour Sheeva Ghassemian

Selectorate Theory: Solving Italy’s Instability Sebastiano Lustig

A Convenient Excuse: Apartheid South Africa and the “Soviet Menace” during the Cold War Michael S. Lerner

The Future of the Mercosur-EU Free Trade Agreement Jamie Hancock

Review of Quiet Politics and Business Power: Corporate Control in Europe and Japan by Pepper D. Culpepper Michael Luke

Consociational Politics: The Influence of Hezbollah on the Stability of Sectarianism in Lebanon Christine Martin

Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula and Counterterrorism Strategies in Yemen. Awo Abdi Osman

Pakistan: Implications of Insecurity and Policy Prescriptions Michael D. Rettig

On the Need of a Harmonized and Progressive Refugee Policy in the European Union Nina Verdelli

Putin’s Russia as a Model for Erdogan’s Turkey Afife Yasemin Yilmaz

Spring 2011 Issue

Gender Diversity and Environmental Performance: A Quantitative Assessment  Miriam B. Ott

Roots of the Headscarf Debate: Laicism and Secularism in France and Turkey  Gulce Tarhan

Contemporary Financialization: A Marxian Analysis  Gilad Isaacs

Overcoming Colonial Vestiges in Cote d’Ivoire and Ghana  Kasia Broussalian

Baldwin on History  Joe Beaglehole

How Effective is Disarmament, Demobilization and Rehabilitation Research on the Cases of Burundi and Sierra Leone? Simone Peloquin

The Great Transformation of the Poulantzasian Modern Capitalist State Under Globalization  Clement Salomon

Nuclear Normalization: Rapprochement with a Nuclear Iran  Kayvon Afshari

Defining the Rogue State – A Definitional Comparative Analysis Within the Rationalist, Culturalist, and Structural Traditions  Jason Rose

Spring 2010 Issue

Latin America’s Democratic Alternative: Can Populism Sustain and Consolidate Democracy?  Maggie Shum

Corruption and Organized Crime: Does Governance Impede Symbiosis  Alejandra Lopez Martinez

Deterrence Against a Nuclear Iran  Jason Rose

Costa Rica: Costs of Foreign Direct Investment Led Development  Joseph Tutt

A Disastrous Misperception of the Kenyan IDP Crisis: A Game Theoretic Analysis  Adeline Lo

The Political Psychology of Alexis de Tocqueville: An Appraisal of His Account of the French Revolution  Javier Calderon

Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide  Molly O’Toole

Spring 2009 Issue

Three Paradigms of North Korea’s Nuclear Ambitions Yewon Ji

Misappropriation Of Aid: Why is Aid Not Reaching the Internally Displaced People in Northern Uganda?  Lindsey Leonard

Democracy as the Conceptual Battlefield of East-West Encounters: A destruction of the ‘Incompatibility Claim’ and Islamist Discourse of Democracy Sarah Rendtorff-Smith

A Tale of Two Parties: Social Islamism in Modern Turkey and the Palestinian Territories Daniel Urbankowski

Book Reviews: The Thin Blue Line: How Humanitarianism Went to War (Conor Foley); Humanitarian Imperialism: Using Human Rights to Sell War Joel Wilson

Spring 2008 Issue

Editor’s Note

Anticipating the Failure of Containment Policy to Deny Iran the Bomb: The Justification (and Need) for a Paradigm Shift in U.S. Foreign Policy  Walter Gindin

Consolidation of Democracy-Albania  Najada Tafili

Pakistan-A Strange and Vital Bedfellow Adam Stern

Balancing Power? An Empirical Text of Realist Theories of Alignments Andrey Tomashevskiy

Review-Comparing Terror and Liberalism to Faith and Reason by Paul Berman & George Wiegel  Patrick Frost

Review-The Israel Lobby and U.S. Foreign Policy by John J. Mersheimer & Stephen M. Walt  Basel Hamdan

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