This examines the debate regarding who was to blame for the Cold War.
Examines the purpose and role of the American military in the Middle and Far East nations.
A study of Palestinian Arabs as a minority group in Israel.
Asks the questions: How did the Cold War begin, and who started it? Also shows that the answer is not as clear-cut as it seems.
A discussion of General Wojciech Jaruzelski’s declaration of martial law in Poland in December 1981.
Questions whether economic sanctions mitigate internal conflict and halt human rights abuses, using the U.N. sanctions on Iraq as an example.
Examines the history of the American-Mexican illegal border crossings and the prospects of solving this problem in the future.
Discusses the pre and post-independence politics of the tiny country of Eritrea and America’s role in its political functioning.
A discussion of the Institutional Model of International Order using the Congress of Vienna as an example.
Discusses various problems connected with implementation frailties and exposes the consequences of such weak strategies.