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German Jewish Refugees in 1933: Failure of the League of Nations
In 1933 the League of Nations had an office at its disposal, the Nansen Office for International Refugees, with the capacity and willingness to address the problem of German Jewish refugees. Instead it created the ...
How to end the hook-up culture: An economic and institutional examination of the hook- up culture on college campuses
The hook-up culture that exists amongst modern day college students is a well- documented phenomenon in sociological, psychological, and gender studies research, but little to no research exists examining such a culture ...
American Cyber Insecurity: The growing danger of cyber attacks
This paper aims to advise American policy makers on a correct course of action regarding the advent of cyber warfare. Cyber-attacks have become ubiquitous in the 21st century and pose a direct threat to the safety of American ...
Food Crises, Civil Unrest, and the Political Economy
Contemporary notions of food security are ever more connected to the commodification and globalization of modern agriculture. As nations continue to count on consistent and reliable commodity markets to provide food imports ...
Undeterrable Ideologue or Deterrable Pragmatist: An Assessment of the Rationality of the Islamic Republic of Iran’s Conflict Initiating Behavior
I seek to analyze Iran’s conflict initiating behavior by means of assessing the state’s national capabilities relative to its primary targets of aggression in order to discern whether the Islamic Republic of Iran has experienced ...