MADMS Theses- Professional Papers

Student Year Paper
Andretta Schellinger 2012 Knights to Skulls: How Culture Affected Military Nose Artwork From WWI to Vietnam
Jessica Wambach 2012 Strategic Asylum: Foreign Policy Factors in Thailand's Flexible Approach Toward Refugees
Rachel Clem 2012 Dying for the Cause: Current Trends in Islamist Organizations' Use of Suicide Terrorism and Subsequent Counterterrorism Strategies
Gintare Janulaityte 2011 John F. Kennedy and Nikita S. Khrushchev: When Personal Becomes International
Mark Snakenberg 2011 Perilous Victory The Battle of Manila Bay and the Transformation of American Strategy, May - December 1898
Jeremy Snyder 2011 Examining the United States' Early Cold War Wedge Strategy
Davin O'Hora 2011 The Influence of Strategic Bombing on Air Defense in World War II
Gail Ma 2011 Energy Policy as Carrot: The Chinese Quest for the Security of Xinjiang in Central Asia
Robert Heatherly 2011 North Korean Foreign Policy
Alan Chang 2011 Crisis Avoided: The Past, Present and Future of Taiwan's Nuclear Weapons Program
Gregory Rhodes 2011 How the Intelligence Community was Affected During the Cuban Missile Crisis
Justin Biel 2011 Turf Wars: The Intelligence Community and the President
Michael Fairall 2010 The Impact of Native American Culture and Warfare
Lyle Otineru 2010 Honor and Courage: The United States 8th Cavalry at Unsan, North Korea, 30 October - 4 November 1950
Jordan He 2010 American Perception and the Revision of Japan's No-War Constitution: Assessing the Alliance
Kate Fuhrman 2010 The Nobility of Ideas: The Carter Administration's Changing Public Diplomacy Efforts Towards Muslims
Eckhard Ruetz 2010 How German and British Media Reaction, Following 9/11, Affected the Transatlantic Relationship
Ann-Marie Holmes 2010 The United States and Cuba 1898 - 1959
Ivan Boshkovich 2010 Rambouillet Peace Conference; Road to the Conference and Results
Philipp Jund 2010 Intelligence in Peacekeeping Operations
Dan Espiritu 2010 The Committee at the Dawn of Occupation
Courtney Momialoha Sugai 2010 U.S.-Philippine Security Relations after Base Closure (1991-1999)
Timothy Collins 2010 The Oral History of War: Adapting Interview Methods to Account for the Effects of War Stressors on Memory
Stephen Colyer 2009 The Complexities of Border Security Between the United States and Mexico
Jeffrey Roark 2009 Security in Space: A Collective Challenge for a New Era
Jason Show 2009 The Coalition of the Willing: An Exploration of the Security and Economic Motivations Surrounding the Invasion of Iraq
Paul S. Carlock 2009 Intellect vs. Action: The Evolution of the Central Intelligence Agency from 1947 to 1961
Jared M. Rudacille 2009 Evolution of Contemporary Egyptian Islamic Fundamentalism
Erik Karl Griebling 2009 Broken Fasces: Historical Perceptions on the Failure of Fascist Italy
Eric S. Boger 2009 CJTF-HOA: A Case Study is CJTF-HOA a Model for Future Military Engagement in Africa?
Dereck A. Clark 2009 The Great Leap Upward: Implications of China's Rise as the Third in the Fourth Battlefield for U.S. Security
Kimberly Elizabeth Bloor 2009 The Danish and Norwegian Experiences during the Holocaust
Vasquez Pedro 2009 Effects of the U.S. Good Neighbor Policy on the Dominican Republic during Trujillo's Dictatorship
Mikael Simble 2009 East Timor and Western Sahara - A Comparative Study of the Decolonization Process of Two Iberian Ex-Colonies
Karl Schroeder 2009 Iran: Revolutionary History and Military Studies
Julie Zeiss 2009 The Unlikely Partnership: The State of the U.S.-Saudi Relationship
Jennifer Delaney 2009 The Coalition of the Willing: An Exploration of the Security and Economic Motivations Surrounding the Invasion of Iraq
Haase Scott 2009 Central Asia: A Study of History, Society, Culture and its Effects on the Current Political and Economic Ideologies of Today's Leaders
Brian Martin 2009 The United States Naval Response to the Imperial Japanese Navy during the Interwar Period (1918-1941)
Steve Devitt 2009 Presidential Decision-Making in International Crises Case Studies in the Nixon, Carter and Reagan Adminisstrations
Kalin Reardon 2009 Supplying Ghosts: The Evolution of Logistical Efforts During Insurgencies and Counterinsurgencies
Bingyan Cai 2009 The Search for Allies: Chinese Alliance Behavior from 1930 to the end of WWII
Shepherd Han 2008 How has the Global War on Terror Affected the Sino-American Relationship
Nathan Clason 2008 Army Strong: The Roots of U.S. Army Physical Training
Michael Wilcheck 2008 Risen from the Ashes: Phoenix and the Struggle Against the Viet Cong Shadow Government
Michael Joenks 2008 The Evolutionary Development of the Patrol Aircraf in the United States Navy
Jeremy Bell 2008 Urban Insurgencies: A Case Study of its Effectiveness and its Future
Dell Epperson 2008 Not in our National Interest: America's Reluctance to Intervene in Genocide
Christopher Mulligan 2008 Counterinsurgency Doctrine and Experience in Early American Military History
Brian Guenthenspberger 2008 Hoosier Gallantry: The 123rd Indiana Infantry Regiment in the American Civil War 
Al Bauman 2008 The Evolution of Tactical Air Support Patterns  and Lessons Learned  
Tim O'Grady 2007 The Fenian Factor: Influences of Irish Republicanism's on International History 1848-1948
Scott Naumann 2007 Interagency Reform for the 21st Century 
Richard Onderko 2007 U.S. Army Aviation and CLose Air Support Debate
Louie Milojevic 2007 Power and Principle: America and the Genesis of the United States 
Kim Gress 2007 A Study of Soviet Combatants in World War II 
John Smoot 2007 The Bismarck Plan: German Unification and the Balance of Power 
Jay Kaji 2007 Indo-Pakistani Rivarly: A Retrospective Analysis of Failed Peace and an Intermittent Cycle of Violence 
Jarrett Rose 2007 Trial by Fire: U.S. Airborn Operations Doctrinal Development during World War II
Corey Givens 2007 Sleeping Giant Versus Rising Sun: The Impact of the United States' Military Weakness on Foreign Policy with Imperial Japan, 1933-1944
Anthony Miccarelli 2005 Dealing with Nuclear North Korea
Scott Dedels 2005 Ballistic Missles and Diplomacy in the Middle East: A Systems Theory Analysis 
Russell Park 2005 Federick "The Great" 
Mike Doidge 2005 On Strategy Too: An Analysis of Harry Summers' Critical Analysis of the Vietnam War
John Colwell 2005 Soldier from the Sky: A Comparision of German and U.S. Airborne Doctrinal Development During World War II 
Joe Cascio 2005 Overcoming Traditionalism: An Analysis of Naval Aviation Tactics During the Fleet Problems
Helen Ahn 2005 Women in Armed Forces, 1960-2000: An Assessment of Integration and Opportunities 
Chuck Hapgood 2005

Algeria and Afghanistan: Case Studies in Twentieth Century Counter-Insurgency Strategy 

Sayuri Kusutani 2004 An Unfair Agreement: The Treaty of Mutual Cooperation and Security Between United States of America and Japan 
Matt Edmonson 2004 Tribes Into Nations? "The Arab Paradox" 
Kim de Vidts 2004 Belgium, A Small Yet Significant Resistance Force During World War II
Darrel Prestesater 2004 Marine Corps Air: Unification of Command and Close Air Support as Created by General Roy S. Geiger 
Alex Trudov 2004 Taming the Dragon: Russian Imperial Drive towards the Far East (mid 16th century to 1905), its Historical Significance and Consequences 
Ned Holt 2003 The Frontier Outposts to a Professional Force? The U.S. Army and its Struggles to Reform, 1898-1908 
Lisa Hershiser 2003 The Utilization of Women in the Allied Military Forces During World War II 
Edward Seibert 2003 The Cuban Missile Crisis 
Bob Willis 2003 The Measure of Battle: A Study of Comba Effectiveness in the U.S. 4th Armored Division and the German Panzerlehr Division in the ETO (July 1944 to December 1944) 
Justin Vance 2002 The American Civil War and the Kingdom of Hawaii: Islands in the Wake
Jon Ross 2001 The Military - Civilian Gap: A Survey of U.S. Army Officers and Department of Army Civilians
Kenneth Hillyard 2001 Diplomacy, Neutrality, and the Naval Engagement of Valparaiso Chile, 28 March 1814
Afrodita Anton 2001 The Balkan Penninsula: Romania, Between the First and the Second, 1920-1939
Tripp Wiles 2001 The Forgotten Raiders
Susumu Kato 2001 The Japan Self-Defense Force: The Necessity for Increase of its Roles and Missions and Agendas to be Attained