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    • United States policy towards rogue states 

      Stiles, Robert (2012-08-10)
      One of the United States' main security challenges in the post-Cold War era is rogue states. Given that such states are an ongoing security concern, a review and evaluation of U.S. policy towards rogue states will be useful ...
    • Whiteness and Civility: White Racial Attitudes in the Concho Valley, 1869-1930 

      Johnston, Matthew Scott
      Implicit in the ideology of White Supremacy is the idea of moral supremacy over non-white peoples. However, in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century whites consistently crossed the blurry, racialized line that ...
    • Will super juniper-eating sires produce super juniper-eating offspring? 

      Tidwell, Kendall W. (2011-03-03)
      When preconditioned in pens, goats develop a preference for juniper on pasture. The objective of this study was to see if sires selectively bred for high juniper consumption produce offspring that consume more juniper than ...
    • Winning the Long Game: Transforming Enemies Into Allies 

      McIntyre, Blake Daniel
      The complexity of globalization and how it impacts U.S. national security combined with the political need to create policies easy for the general public to understand have caused U.S. politicians to rely heavily on sanctions ...