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Masters ThesisJoshua William Jose SalazarThe purpose of this thesis is to examine Italy’s and Germany’s contrasting, discursive and physical responses of today’s “European refugee and asylum-seeking crisis.” While some argue that Europe is a full-fledged, securitized garrison, others argue t . . .
Masters ThesisAmelia R. MolitorAll over the world, but particularly in post-conflict societies, women suffer social marginalization and exacerbated economic hardship; it is also true that the political arena regarding conflict resolution, peacekeeping efforts, and national policy, . . .
Masters ThesisJon Craig LongThis thesis examines Latin America migration to the US, the attitudes of the sending and receiving countries, the push factors encouraging migrants to leave their homes, the pull factors in the US which are perceived by migrants as good for themselves . . .
Masters ThesisSavvides, Michael RogerThe proliferation of Information and Communications Technologies is a gamechanger for international relations, and the classical theories are not suited for application in cyber studies. The current literature on cyber studies, is fragmented, and lack . . .