Undergraduate Program

Senior Thesis 2015-2016

Covert Regime Change Operations: Success and the Support of Elites in Targeted Countries
Jason Peluso, International Relations, Class of 2016

Dealing with the Past in Afghanistan: Social Reconstruction through Transitional Justice?
Abuzar Royesh, International Relations, Class of 2016

The Politics of Memory in Nicaragua
Rebecca Cooley, International Relations & Political Science, Class of 2016

The Rana Plaza Tragedy: A game changer, or business as usual?
Samira Manzur, International Relations, Class of 2016

Dynamic Consociationalism: Integrative Lessons for a Unified Israel Palestine
Joseph Leone, International Relations, Class of 2016

Quitting Violent Extremism: Motivations for Disengagement
Roland Gillah, International Relations, Class of 2016

Vladimir Putin's Manufacture of Civil Society: Between Hegemony and Domination
Grigory Khakimov, Political Science, Class of 2016

Flip-flopping Politicians: How Voters Punish and Reward a Changing of Opinion
Sophie Laing, Political Science, Class of 2016

Women's Empowerment and Mental Health: evidence from a multi-country study and randomized control trial
Adrienne Larson, International Relations, Class of 2016