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STRATEGIC COUNTERINTELLIGENCE: AN APPROACH TO ENGAGING SECURITY THREATS TO AMERICAN SECURITY
(Johns Hopkins University, 2017-11-06)
The US Intelligence Community has shown a lack of understanding and appreciation of counterintelligence and its capabilities as a strategic tool. Historically, US adversaries have used the famed Double-Cross System to ...
Societal Factors in Evaluating Policy for China and Islamism
(Johns Hopkins University, 2017-08-28)
America’s enduring conflict with both the Chinese and Islamism proceeds without the requisite understanding of the cultural drivers of the actual struggle. Policy and overt military action against these two different ...
BETWEEN FOOD SECURITY AND PROFITABILITY: A MULTILEVEL ANALYSIS OF THE AGRICULTURAL WATER CRISIS IN CHINA
(Johns Hopkins University, 2017-07-18)
Why has the agricultural water system in China been slipping towards a crisis, despite its economy growing leaps and bounds in the past four decades (1978-2016)? This dissertation investigates the institutions of agricultural ...