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  • Flips and Flops: Alliance Defection in Great Power Competition 

    Scheinmann, Gabriel (Georgetown University, 2017)
    Why do states sometimes betray their allies and “flip” to a rival state? Great powers compete not only directly, but also for the allegiances of other states. As evidenced by Italy’s betrayal of its Germanic allies during ...
  • VIOLENCE AND CORRUPTION IN MEXICO AND COLOMBIA 

    Karcz, Jessica (Georgetown University, 2017)
    Latin America is a region that has gone through and is still going through a lot of violent conflict. Both Mexico and Colombia have several similarities that stem from grand corruption. The vast systemic grand corruption ...
  • Two State, One Nation: Dilemma of Diaspora's National Membership–Case Study of Korean and Chinese Diasporas 

    Ahn, Hyangseon (Georgetown University, 2017)
    This study examines theoretical propositions regarding the relationship between identity of diaspora and choice of citizenship, specifically through study of a formerly unified nation divided into two separate countries. ...
  • Gender Norms in Georgia in Relation to War and Peace 

    Pilishvili, Catherine (Georgetown University, 2017)
    After years of occupation under the Soviet Union, the Republic of Georgia achieved its independence in 1991. Since then, Georgia’s priorities have grown and expanded to developing into a Western-modeled democracy, free ...
  • Diaspora Outreach by Latin American Parties 

    Paarlberg, Michael Ahn (Georgetown University, 2017)
    How do parties in migrant-sending countries campaign abroad? This study explores transnational campaigning by political parties among diaspora communities, using a mixed methods approach, including a region-wide quantitative ...

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