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Preferring Refugees: How German Attitudes Changed During the European Refugee Crisis and Along Historical State Divides
The 2015 refugee crisis brought 1.3 million migrants to Europe; of those, one million sought asylum in Germany, bringing profound social and political repercussions. Germany is now challenged with aiding and integrating ...
Does gender influence humanitarianism? An assessment of American public support for humanitarian interventions.
With the rise of Feminist Security Theory, the acknowledgement of gender differences in policy attitudes has found its way into the field of IR. The goal of this paper is to assess the relevance of gender as an indicator ...
Tough on Terror: Analyzing the Impact of Counterterrorism Efforts on Salafi-Jihadist Radicalization Networks in Belgium, France, and the United Kingdom
Does the strength of a country’s counterterrorism response impact salafi-jihadist radicalization networks? This thesis seeks to answer that previously unaddressed question through an empirical approach to the counterterrorism ...
Impact of Racial Resentment on Public Opinion of Voter ID Laws
Voter identification laws in the United States are a controversial and often misunderstood issue. Previous research has found that public opinion of voter identification laws is influenced by views of race and racial framing. ...
The Politics of the Financial Crisis: Were Donations from Government Sponsored Enterprises to Blame?
The 2008 financial crisis was a result of several instigators. This paper examines the crisis from a political perspective by first explaining how the crisis was a government failure and then quantitatively analyzing how ...