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    Student Research
    Powers, Monick Ya
    A thesis that analyzes United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) in the contemporary world. Furthermore, this work seeks to expand multiple definitions, such as statelessness and the term refugee, delineated explicitly by the United Nat . . .
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    Project
    Clark, Nancy Renee
    Shipbreaking is the process of dismantling a ship that has lost its seaworthiness. This industry is commonly found in developing countries. Bangladesh, Pakistan, and India are home to some of the largest shipbreaking yards in the world. These three co . . .
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    Student Research
    Conner, Kenia
    The cruise industry has become of the most widely known and recognized forms of vacation for the modern world. The contemporary structure of this industry has allowed for the procurement and employment of thousands of individuals from almost every sin . . .
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    Student Research
    Steele, Keegan B.
    The Indian Ocean Rim (IOR) has become a major geopolitical and security interest in the 21st century. One of the biggest issues that faces the Indian Ocean today is the swift growth of maritime related security threats. This is a major concern to not . . .
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    Poster
    Jampolsky, Rachael
    U.S. exit from the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) and the implications held therein for United States involvement in the Asia-Pacific region and Asia policy under the Trump administration indicate an abdication of U.S. hegemony in the region, allowin . . .
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    Student Research
    Cerezo, Daniel
    This paper describes the relationship between the United States and Violent Non-State Actors (VNSAs) in the Middle East, and analyzes the shortcoming strategy that the United States has presented to combat their threat. This analyzation utilizes three . . .
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    Poster
    Coleman, Shane
    The American shipping industry operates under the regulation of the Jones Act, found in the Merchant Marine Act of 1920. The 97 year old legislation has outlived its intended purposes. In 1920, the United States created the Jones Act in order to regul . . .
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    Poster
    Warrick, Geovani
    After World War Two, Japan was in a state of reformation under the political and military influence of the United States. As a result of their aggression and actions during the war, United and actions during the war, United and actions during the war, . . .
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    Student Research
    Babbitt, John
    A capstone project submitted to the faculty of the California Maritime Academy in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Arts in Global Studies and Maritime Affairs.
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    Student Research
    Singh, Depak K.
    In the past few decades, China has grown at an unprecedented rate. The country has worked on increasing their own military capabilities with their increased wealth. China’s navy in particular, also known as the People’s Liberation Army Navy (PLAN), ha . . .
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    Poster
    Steele, Keegan
    The Indian Ocean Rim (IOR) has become a major geopolitical and security interest in the 21st century. One of the biggest issues that faces the Indian Ocean today is the swift growth of maritime related security threats. This is a major concern to not . . .
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    Poster
    Young, Pierce
    Blockades have traditionally been an operation navies take during war yet are used today when no declared war is taking place. Today blockades have been used due to the security threats posed to a belligerent if one were not in place and as a display . . .
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    Poster
    Lum, Brandon
    With rising threats from naturally occurring events and human caused attacks, California’s ports are a critical piece of infrastructure that must be protected at all times. In order to operate these ports rely on systems and networks. Electricity is t . . .
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    Student Research
    Listek, Jared
    Energy security is essential to a country’s national security and growing economic development. This paper explores how thorium can provide energy security for nations seeking emission cleaner option and energy independency. The first section showcase . . .
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    Student Research
    Glasson, Sean
    Taiwan has always had a unique position in the Far East, both in terms of geography and the national identity and political institutions that are not only critical for citizens of Taiwan, who make their home on the island, but are also critical to the . . .
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    Poster
    Crawley, Arlen
    The rise of ideologically-motivated "lone-wolf" active shooter attacks constitutes a new phase of terrorism like nothing seen before. The perpetrators of these attacks are radicalized through the Internet, via digital communities with an environment s . . .
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    Poster
    Belman, Joseph D. W.
    The Indian Ocean Rim (IOR) has become a global hotspot for international states and developing states to grow in their commercial industries. The Indian Ocean is the third largest ocean on Earth and is home to a variety of natural raw materials found . . .
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    Poster
    Cervantez, Daniel
    The United States is currently involved in three conflicts the Middle East. The current result of these interventions has resulted in consequences that the United Stated did not intend. The question is why does the United States find itself in the sam . . .
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    Poster
    Kim, Alec
    The study focuses on what exactly the core issue is of this “bigger picture”. Rather than specifically discussing what the trade war entails, this thesis uncovers what the trade war really represents, and the underlying ideological conflicts that exis . . .
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    Student Research
    Hiller, Alexander L.
    The security of the maritime industry and the domain it operates within encompasses both physical and digital paradigms. This thesis explores and examines how cyber technology has impacted the maritime domain as a whole and what ramifications could ma . . .
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    Poster
    Powers, Monick Ya
    Sea Level Refugees: Suitable Recognition and UNCLOS, is a thesis that seeks to expand multiple definitions, such as statelessness and the term refugee, delineated explicitly by by the United Nations. Furthermore, this thesis analyzes the United Nation . . .
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    Poster
    Alfaro, Joshua
    Despite the history of a strong and prosperous U.S. maritime industry, today’s U.S. merchant fleet is characterized by inadequacy. Through dwindling numbers as a result of mismanaged legislation as well as shifting global politics, U.S. maritime polic . . .
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    Poster
    Schmidt, Harry
    GMA 460L - Senior Seminar Research Lab
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    Student Research
    Booker, Robert
    The purpose of this thesis is to evaluate the effectiveness of institutional theory. This thesis will utilize the African European Union as a case study to assess the fundamental pillars that are attributed to the institutional approach to governing. . . .
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    Student Research
    Belman, Joseph D. W.
    The Indian Ocean Rim (IOR) has become a global hotspot for international states and developing states to grow in their commercial industries. The Indian Ocean is the third largest ocean on Earth and is home to a variety of natural raw materials found . . .
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    Student Research
    Kannel, Nolan S.
    Chinese Foreign Policy has been a popular topic for military and intelligence analysts across the globe. Much speculation and work go into determining how the Middle Kingdom will react to actions made by both NGO's and governments alike. To understand . . .
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    Student Research
    Young, Pierce
    Since the beginning of naval warfare, navies have used the military action of a blockade to deny the enemy the shipment of vital supplies needed to fight. The consequences of such blockades have almost always resulted in the suffering of the civilian . . .
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    Poster
    Phillips, Jeremy D.
    This thesis does an initial survey of Vietnam’s climate change related threats, Vietnam’s response to those threats, and how these threats might impact Vietnam in the future.
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    Poster
    Mullaney, C. Paige
    The United States merchant fleet has responded to multiple natural disasters in the past twenty years. They have used their wide scope and available fleet along with strategic positioning for timely response and assistance. Departments such as Militar . . .
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    Student Research
    Berghel, David E.
    Tensions in the South China Sea are the latest indication that Thucydide's Trap is dangerously close to occurring between the United States and China. China is on the verge of becoming the dominant economy in the world, has greater human capital capab . . .
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    Student Research
    Lum, Brandon
    With rising threats from natural occurring events and human caused attacks, California’s ports are a critical piece of infrastructure that must be protected at all times. Securing these ports is vital for national economic trade prosperity and the dis . . .
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    Poster
    Garrard, Eric V. Jr
    U.N. peacekeeping has a lot of failures such as Rwanda, Kosovo, and others. These failures can lead to in the loss of countless lives. They are also under trained as a fighting force, drawing from countries who have very low Per Capita GDPs.
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    Poster
    Flalkoff, Linda
    Within this century, 2,400 miles of major roadway are projected to be inundated by sea level rise in the Gulf Coast Region. Roadways are at risk in the event of a sea level rise of about 4 ft, which is within range of projections for this region in th . . .
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    Poster
    Meyes, Jacob
    GMA 460L - Senior Seminar Research Lab
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    Poster
    Pinzon, Tristan
    Ever since they were a British colony, the shipbuilding industry has been a part of the American manufacturing. However, today, the American shipbuilding industry has been slowly crumbling for a long time and no one has done a thing to stop it. There . . .
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    Poster
    Sanford, Justin
    The intention of this work is to synthesize and interpret the tenets of geopolitics within the expectation that the coming decades will present unique and unprecedented challenges for states and populations due to the symptoms resultant from a changin . . .
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    Capstone project
    Daniels, Daija M.
    A capstone project submitted to the faculty of the California Maritime Academy in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Arts in Global Studies and Maritime Affairs.
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    Student Research
    Pinzon, Tristan
    Ever since they were a British colony, the shipbuilding industry has been a part of the American manufacturing. However, today the American shipbuilding industry has been slowly crumbling. It has in fact been crumbing for a long time, but no one has d . . .
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    Poster
    Bichlmeier, Andrew
    Anthropogenic actions have resulted in the changing of global climate causing increasing temperatures, changes in storms, and the decrease of polar ice. Less ice in the Arctic creates greater access to natural resources, such as minerals and energy, a . . .
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    Poster
    Cerezo, Daniel
    The actions that the U.S. have conducted against VNSAs [Violent non-state actors] in the Middle East have produced little success. These VNSAs have used unconventional tactics to constantly outsmart the U.S., so in order for the U.S. to fully eradicat . . .
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    Student Research
    Pascual, Kailen T.
    This paper analyzes China's ambitions in the South China Sea and Indian Ocean Rim. Both of these regions are of significance to China's expansion. In recent years, the South China Sea has been a major area of dispute between various Asian claimants ov . . .
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    Poster
    Mack, Ryan
    First surfacing in 2011, the Dark Web is a culmination of illicit websites, unable to be located on indexed internet search engines. The first of these Dark Web sites was launched in 2011. Named the Silk Road, this Dark Web site was the first to offer . . .
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    Poster
    Mendenhall, Tatyana
    The People’s Republic of China has two foreign policies specifically aimed to build a relationship with its neighbors the Republic of Taiwan (Taiwan), Hong Kong and Macau. Understanding its history with the city-states, and how they each became an ess . . .
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    Poster
    Listek, Jared
    Energy security is essential to a country’s national security and growing economic development. Thorium molten salt reactors have the potential to provide sustainable energy for nations seeking cleaner energy options without compromising energy securi . . .
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    Student Research
    Fialkoff, Linda
    A capstone project submitted to the faculty of the California Maritime Academy in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Arts in Global Studies and Maritime Affairs.
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    Student Research
    Duarte, Alex
    Offshore aquaculture, or mariculture, is a new industry that has great economic potential for the United States. With the California being the third largest state in the country and having a coastline that stretches 840 miles, a viable ocean managemen . . .
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    Student Research
    Estes, Kyle J.
    A capstone project submitted to the faculty of the California Maritime Academy in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Arts in Global Studies and Maritime Affairs.
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    Student Research
    Warrick, Geovani
    After World War Two, Japan was in a state of reformation under the political and military influence of the United States. As a result of their aggression and actions during the war, the United States imposed a new constitution for their government. Th . . .
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    Poster
    Custodio, Florenz
    The study conducted for this thesis concerns whether or not the presence of Private Military and Security Companies in the Indian Ocean increase the level of maritime security in the region and measures their effectiveness against various non-state ac . . .
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    Poster
    Gutierrez, Josh
    The Arctic is experiencing significant climate change. The expected changes to the Arctic have created new economic opportunities for states and threatened the future stability of the region. With Arctic becoming more accessible, the control for natur . . .
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    Poster
    Mendez, Alexander
    Drug cartels have become an economical success. This is due to their ability adapt government policies by changing their tactics and structure. The economic success of cartels prompted them to adapt from the Colombian era, to the Mexican cartel era. T . . .
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    Student Research
    Ventimiglia, Marcus
    GMA 400 - Senior Seminar Research
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    Poster
    Myers, Jack
    This project looks at social, political, and economic impacts of port technologies. Research shows that the disadvantages of automation and advancing port technology overshadow the advantages. These disadvantages not only relate to the workers themsel . . .
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    Student Research
    Murphy, Ryan
    With a new economic strength, China plans on expanding through West Asia and the Indian Ocean to as far as East Africa. The Chinese Government claims that the expansion, which includes the creation of several ports in foreign waters, is merely economi . . .
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    Student Research
    Orr, Nancy
    The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) has been analyzed extensively as a religious extremist group. Yet today, it is still hard to understand how individuals are compelled to join an organization which demonstrates such disregard for human l . . .
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    Poster
    Arenas, Travis
    Human trafficking is a global issue and the components that allow the criminal industry to continue increasing in many regions is a critical aspect. Human trafficking as modern day slavery is a criminal industry that has proven to be difficult to prev . . .
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    Poster
    Batoon, Andre
    GMA 460L - Senior Seminar Research Lab
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    Student Research
    Ford, Monica
    Marine invasive species are a major threat to the environments they are introduced to. With the rise in international shipping, it has been found the number of invasive species established around the world has increased drastically. Ships have two mai . . .
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    Poster
    Lange, Robert
    Sea level rise is one of the most pressing concerns for coastal communities in the world today. In the San Francisco Bay Area, there is a predicted 15 to 55 feet of sea level rise, putting not only billions of dollars at risk, but threatening the very . . .
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    Student Research
    Sanchez, Dylan
    This paper examines the critical components of successful offshore wind development. In doing so it recognizes the historical context behind the global movement towards renewable energy technologies and how varying political attitudes on climate chang . . .
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    Thanh, Lydia
    Aging ships in the transportation fleet are being replaced with larger ships called the new-Panamax. These bigger vessels were unable to fit through a key shipping route for Asian Producers to reach the majority of their customer base on the United St . . .
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    Estes, Kyle J.
    Piracy in the Gulf of Guinea (Nigeria) has been a problem that the oil industry operating in the area has been facing. Pirates in the Gulf of Guinea are more ruthless than their counterparts in the Gulf of Aden and the Strait of Malacca (the two other . . .
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    Poster
    Freitas, Katherine
    GMA 460L - Senior Seminar Research Lab
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    Student Research
    Arenas, Travis A.
    This paper discusses the main issues of human trafficking and the components that allow trafficking to continue increasing in many regions. The early works of the paper are spent defining terms as they will be used throughout the paper and giving refe . . .
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    Student Research
    Rowland, Jake
    Chinese investment and involvement on the African continent has increased significantly in the past decade. The scale of Chinese involvement can be seen throughout economic, political, and security issues across the continent. China has dedicated larg . . .
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    Poster
    Whittington, Tanis
    The Arctic is a vast and changing region. Climate change is affecting the availability of many sectors in the Arctic and opening the door for state actors to approve the implementation of industrial resource development, as well as commercial shipping . . .
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    Poster
    Sanchez, Dylan
    This paper examines the critical components of successful offshore wind development. In doing so it recognizes the historical context behind the global movement towards renewable energy technologies and how varying political attitudes on climate chang . . .
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    Poster
    Reamico, Kenn Austin
    The unification of the Democratic People’s Republic Korea (DPRK) and the Republic of Korea (ROK) is no easy matter. Both Koreas must address their differences, such as their economies, government structures and cultural identities. The German reunific . . .
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    Project
    Booker, Robertp
    The focus of this research will evaluate the Africa Union as a case study to assess the fundamental pillars that are attributed to the institutional theory and governing. In addition to evaluating the AU., this thesis will incorporate the European Uni . . .
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    Conner, Kenia
    The Cruise Industry has been instrumental to setting the standard of creating and establishing the presence of international crews. Encouraged by open ship registries and the globalized labor market, the cruise industry finds its employment from inter . . .
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    Poster
    Foster, Travis
    In every ocean on the planet there is growing threat of piracy and organized crime, and to combat this the United States and other countries have organized specialized military units that are subject matter experts in the maritime world. For the Unite . . .
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    Poster
    Kosen, Adam
    The African continent is proving to be the next up- and-coming region in the world. In order to remain competitive in Africa, the United States must fundamentally change its approach to power projection. The United States successfully uses its militar . . .
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    Student Research
    Olvera, Christopher
    In 2017 the United States faces escalated nuclear tensions with the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK). The purpose of the DPRK’s nuclear program is to have a fully developed nuclear arsenal with the ability to strike the continental United . . .
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    Article
    Sammler, Katherine G.
    Sea level rise has destructive material impacts on coastal communities and low-lying nations. While it is largely perceived and experienced via these impacts, the level of the sea is less often thought about as a political surface. The boundary where . . .
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    Johnson, Bethany
    Africa is home to over fifty distinct countries, each with their own cultures, histories, and security problems. Of these countries, thirty-two have a coastline, and all a stake in a safe African maritime domain. Before 2000, the maritime areas surrou . . .
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    Flores, Samantha
    It is evident that Hawaii is dependent on their oceanic environment. They use the ocean to feed themselves as well as import goods. Many of the species in Hawaii’s waters have been affected by marine plastic debris that is derived from the newly recog . . .
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    Student Research
    Edwards, Al-Malik
    The purpose of this paper is to highlight what contributes to congestion and delays in ports with an emphasis on California port systems and its potential. California contains a few ports that are globally essential to trade, but these ports do not pe . . .
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    Student Research
    Reamico, Kenn Austin
    Both the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) and the Republic of Korea (ROK) have seen separated ever since the Korean War. When they ceased fire and signed the armistice in 1953, the world thought if unification would be possible again. Almo . . .
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    Vega, Michael
    The current rise of socialist sentiment is becoming more prevalent in the contemporary world, both in ideology and in practice. The growth of these leftist developments within regimes throughout the globe will have significant influence, as this conte . . .
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    Student Research
    Manciet, Riley
    This thesis discusses the implications of hiring Private Security Contractors to promote state security. This is done by discussing the history of mercenaries through the Thirty Years War, and their resurgence after the Second World War. In addition, . . .
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    Student Research
    Saucedo, Kolby L.
    Natural Disasters are quickly becoming the biggest threat to a state’s national security. These threats to security can come across all levels of society. Various disasters carry the ability to take lives, destroy environment and urban infrastructure, . . .
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    Buonsignore, Brendan
    Many surfers have gone beyond the sport to realize a need to reciprocate for all they have benefitted from the oceans. Scuba divers find themselves alone in the deep blue enlightened by the effect’s humans have on the environment. Together, this insig . . .
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    Poster
    Hollis, Delaney
    GMA 460L - Senior Seminar Research Lab
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    Poster
    Daniels, Daija M.
    Todays shipping industry is operated by multicultural and multilingual crews. As a result there are miscommunication, communication constraints, alienation and discrimination due to race, culture and religion differences, that cannot be avoided. These . . .
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    Pietrucha, Nicholas J.
    The United States Marine Corps, since its creation on November 10, 1775, has been the primary amphibious warfare branch of the United States Military. They have the longest basic training, longest basic officer training, and highest physical standards . . .
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    Student Research
    Turner, Alex
    This paper analyzes what Seattle can do to support the larger TEU vessels overwhelming aging port infrastructure in their container terminals. Larger container vessels are beginning to overwhelm port infrastructure in United States ports that are atte . . .
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    Cook, Dylan L.
    Shipbreaking is an industry that uses destructive practices to dismantle end of life vessels who have exceeded their economic value to salvage raw metals. These actions expose the environment and workers to harmful and toxic substances. The internatio . . .
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    Poster
    Camalo, Joie B.
    The United States is heavily dependent on oil from foreign countries. The U.S has formed questionable relationships with countries with oil trading being the sole purpose of the relationship. Oil not only costs a lot of money, but is also the leading . . .
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    Allred, Matthew
    Over the course of human history, civilized nations have sought to discover and devise new ways have sought to conduct themselves during warfare. The four generations of warfare have, over the last five centuries, changed and altered the scale by whic . . .
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    Student Research
    Hadeen, Tedric
    GMA 400 - Senior Seminar Research
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    Student Research
    Bickel, Mary Sue
    The United Kingdom has chosen to leave the European Union. This exit will cause inevitable change on both the European Union and the United Kingdom. The future policies of the United Kingdom follow a path set out in history that has been analyzed and . . .
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    Poster
    Turner, Alex
    Growing container ships began creating problems at domestic ports including Seattle. Infrastructure has been struggling to accommodate the vessels with low efficiencies, overall. Seattle needs to renovate their infrastructure with automation to begin . . .
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    Orr, Nancy
    The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) has been analyzed extensively as a religious extremist group. Yet today, it is still hard to understand how individuals are compelled to join an organization which demonstrates such disregard for human l . . .
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    Student Research
    Hernandez, Omar E.
    A capstone project submitted to the faculty of the California Maritime Academy in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Arts in Global Studies and Maritime Affairs.
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    Poster
    Prasad, Rachel
    Myanmar has been in a constant state of civil war since its independence from Great Britain. The civil wars erupted between the different ethnic groups and the government on the grounds of an unjust political agenda and determination for ethnic freedo . . .
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    Poster
    Ventimiglia, Marcus
    The West Coast of the United States is vulnerable to a wide variety of threats that can render local and national economies as non-operational. The main document which provides a framework for defining critical infrastructure is the National Infrastru . . .
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    Student Research
    Herzog, Andrew
    In recent years, environmental changes have increased access to a series of maritime routes along the Arctic. Of these, the Northeast Passage, located on Russia’s Northern coast spanning from the Novaya Zhelaniya Straits to Cape Dezhnev, has received . . .
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    Student Research
    Custodio, Florenz
    A capstone project submitted to the faculty of the California Maritime Academy in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Arts in Global Studies and Maritime Affairs.
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    Poster
    Duarte, Erica Granados
    Plastics and microplastics pollution has become a significant issue to the planet. The increased demand for single-use plastic products have negatively impacted our environment. Single-use bags in our oceans are affecting marine life. Many marine orga . . .
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    Poster
    Garcia, Daniel
    The foremost reason for the Argentine emergence into the maritime domain is necessity. A mismanaged economy, encroachment on and the realization of valuable coastal resources, increased pressure to address Antarctica, Patago nia, and the Rio de la Pla . . .