• JUST LIKE OTHERS: CONSTRUCTING IDENTITY & ASSIGNING AGENCY IN CHILD SOLDIER NARRATIVES 

      Heckenlaible, Victoria (Georgetown University, 2015)
      Child soldiers present a challenge to international law and norms--the definition of a child is not universal nor are the opinions about their culpability. I ask how analyzing the narratives of two former child soldiers ...
    • The Oppressed of the Oppressed 

      Feigenbaum, Samuel G. (Georgetown University, 2013)
      This thesis seeks to explain the process required for engaging in a process of transitional justice for the Rohingya in Myanmar through analyzing like case studies that span a variety of transitional justice methods. The ...
    • US Political Transition Policy and Post-2003 Violence in Iraq 

      Barsness, Jonathan A. (Georgetown University, 2012)
      In attempting to understand post-invasion violence, particularly in the years 2005 - 2007, policymakers, government officials, military personnel, and scholars have identified numerous and legitimate factors that contributed ...