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Undergraduate Honors Thesis Titles

2013

Furman, Matthew - Overriding the Tax Revolt: An Exploration of Why a Majority of the Voters in Some Massachusetts Cities and Towns Have Voted for Higher Property Taxes

Hall, Daniel - The American Response to the Arab Spring: A Study of Regional Security Strategy and Crisis Intervention

Said, Samer ReNader - Partition As A Humanitarian Tool of Conflict Resolution: An Analytical Assessment of Post Partition Stability

2012

Diamond, Matthew N. - The Mobilization and Retreat of Prisoner-initiated Civil Rights Litigation as Institutional Dialogue

Eisemann, Audrey - Social Media as Tools in Campaigns: An Exploratory Study of Their Use in the 2011 Worcester City Council At-Large Election

Gzirishvili, Tamar - From Negative to Positive Peace: Georgia and its Breakaway Regions of Abkhazia and South Ossetia

2011

Brescia, Thomas A. - Warlords of Afghanistan

Chimina, Oana - Russia and The European Union: Strategic Partnership?

Rouleau, Emily - The Supreme Court versus the President: A Comparative Case Study Analysis of Periods the U.S. Supreme Court is at Odds with the President of the United States

2010

Antoniou, Katerina - Intractable Conflicts and the Impact of Territorial Disputes: Cyprus and Beyond

Bainbridge, Samantha - Pride and Prejudice: Nationalism and Xenophobia in Russian Immigration Policy

Bokhan, Kristen - Examining an Environmental Movement in China: Evidence of an Emergence and Its Consequences

Nair, Arjun - Neo-Liberalism and Environmental Degradation: The Unsustainable Nature of the Chilean Model

2009

Aguirre, Gabriel G. - Latin America and its Quest for the Right Left

Fradkin, Julia -  Judicial Activism on the U.S. Supreme Court: An Examination of the Court's 'Policymaking Powers' through Case Study Analysis

Lamrani, Omar - Russian Military Resurgence and the Threat to United States National Interest

Hipps, Robert - Water and Conflict: A Study of Water as an Independent Variable in International Relations from the Liberal and Realist Perspectives