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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 ...
The Relentless, Outside Push: Why the Minnesota Legislature Defied Economics and Public Opinion to Fund Target Field
Publicly financed stadium deals have soared to total over 100 instances on more than $30 billion over the past 20 years. Each year the American government spends half as much money on these PPP’s as it does on potential ...
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 ...
To Infinity and Beyond: In Support of US-Proposed Space Principles of Conduct (SPoC)
This paper takes the form of a mock Presidential memo drafted for President Obama's 2012 transition. It outlines the current status of space policy and weaponization, and argues that the U.S. propose an international Code ...