Student Theses

The Fletcher School Student Thesis collection is a selection of the student theses written each year as a requirement to graduate.

2002-2003 Academic Year

Abraham, David.
MALD
Interest Groups, Corruption and the Role of Democracy: Effects on Trade Policy.

Ades, Daniel.
MALD
Determining Country Risk Premiums for Emerging Market Countries: A Modified Contingent Claim Analysis Model.

Bayless, Steven H.
MALD
Commanding Position: GPS, Telematics, and the Dual-Use Conundrum.

Borgerson, Scott Gerald.
MALD
A World Ocean Mediterranean.

Christopoulu, Ioli.
MALD
International Environmental Governance.

Freedman, Brett David.
MALD
The End of Secrecy? Dual-Use Remote Sensing Satellite Technology and National Security Implications -- A Regulatory Framework.

Goel, Malini.
MALD
Keeping Biopirates at Bay: Creating a New Legal and Institutional Protection Regime for Traditional Knowledge.

Halperin, Liv.
MALD
The Physical Security of Refugees in Kenyan Camps: Legal and Human Rights Implications.

Holmes, James.
MALD
Sarajevo, Whence Comes Thy Gloom? Ethnic and Religious Roots of the First World War.

Holmes, James.
MALD
Zero-Sum Game: Armistice Negotiations in Korea, 1951-1953.

Low, Pit Chen.
MALD
The Media in a Society in Transition: A Case Study of Indonesia.

Perese, Alan.
MALD
The New Eastern Question for the European Union: What to Do about Turkey?

Posner, Ahsiya.
MALD
"Getting to No:" An Analysis of Failed Mediation in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (1993-2000).

Rodella, Aude-Sophie.
MALD
Justice, Peace and Reconciliation in Post-Conflict Societies: The Case of Sierra Leone.

Sharon, Joyce Shems.
MALD
The Arab Boycott against Israel and Its Unitended Impact on Arab Economic Welfare.

Sklaver, Benjamin.
MALD
Humanitarian Daily Rations: A Decade of Experience and New Directions

Tunnard, Rusty.
MALD
Empowered Communities: How New Communications are Enabling Communities of Influence to Form and Develop.

Ushida, Mayako.
MALD
Possibilities for Promoting Global Education in Japan.