POLIS Journal Summer 2010
Welcome to the second edition of our journal that showcases the best of our undergraduate students' work.
POLIS Journal Vol.3 Summer 10
A continuum of violence: a gendered analysis of post conflict transformation, by Amie Alden.
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Nationalism and Contemporary German Politics: Inclusion versus Exclusion, by Richard Allen.
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The Causes of Bi-partisan Votes in the US Congress, by Joseph Barnsley.
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To what extent does the genocide in Rwanda, validate Bauman's thesis that genocide is a distinctly modern phenomenon? By Constance Boydell.
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To what extent did the British Labour Party emulate the marketing strategies, ideology and policy formation techniques of the United States Democrats during the 1990s and early Twenty-First century? By Daniel Frosh.
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Did the Orange Revolution change Ukraine's geopolitical position regarding Russia and the west? By Daniel Hatton.
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Public policy in Scotland after devolution: convergence or divergence, by Rachel Heydecker.
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Exploring Post-Development: Politics, the State and Emancipation. The question of alternatives, by Caroline Kippler.
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Nationalism, Nationhood and Identity in Virtual Worlds and MMORPG’s, by Lewis Lambeth.
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The West as a Normative Power: the case of human rights violations in Burma, by Karin Maasel.
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The American Jewry's 'special relationship' with Israel, by Laura McKenzie.
- Download Laura McKenzie paper [PDF: 207KB]
Changing Dynamics of Environmental Politics in Britain: a case study of the UK Climate Change Act, by Simon Rollison.
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Can security sector reform alleviate poverty? By Julius Ward.
- Download Julius Ward paper [PDF: 113KB]