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Arctic Oil, Arctic Change: A Threefold Framework for Evaluating Pressures for Rural Oil and Gas Extraction in Alaska and the Northwest TerritoriesDownload
Oil has driven migration, community growth, and governance of the last century in the North. Today, as Arctic global warming surpasses 1°C with “profound consequences” (IPCC, 2019) for the North, the relationship between oil and climate change cannot be ignored. In light of this tension, this...
Anarchy, self-Interest and rationality: Assessing the impact of the international system on modern English School theoryDownload
Since its reorganization in the early 1990s, the English School of international relations has emerged as a popular theoretical lens through which to examine global events. Those that use the international society approach promote it as a middle-way of theorizing due to its supposed ability to...
Despite being a country of limited security and trade concern to the US, the State of Israel occupies an inordinate amount of space in American foreign policy-making. Only with reference to America’s Christian heritage can one understand Israel’s significance. In addition to reviewing and...
This dissertation proposes an original reading of two important texts in early modern social contract theory: Hobbes’ Leviathan and Locke’s Treatises of Government. It analyzes the references to the Americas made in these texts to show how their illustrative use in depictions of the state of...
This thesis seeks to understand and explain the process of tobacco control policy making in Mauritius and South Africa. It does so by drawing on an analytical perspective that takes insights from multiple theories of the policy process. This dissertation explains how the interplay of agendas,...