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AUTONOMY AND ENERGY SECURITY IN CENTRAL ASIA: RISKS AND IMPLICATIONS OF POLITICAL SEPRTATISIM IN GORNO-BADAKHSHAN, AND CONTRIBUTING AFGHAN FACTORS
(Johns Hopkins University, 2019-01-17)
This study aims to determine the degree to which political separatism in Gorno-Badakhshan threatens energy security in Central Asia. To answer this question, the study employs a modified ICRG method of measuring political ...
WRESTLING WITH THE CENTRAL STATE: COMPARATIVE ETHNIC REGIONAL AUTONOMY IN CHINA AND RUSSIA
(Johns Hopkins University, 2018-06-26)
This dissertation compares ethnically-based identity politics in two constitutionally-defined multi-ethnic states, China and Russia, by focusing upon one type of prescriptive institution, territorially-based formal autonomy ...
AMERICAN SEA POWER AND GREAT POWER COMPETITION: HOW THE U.S. MUST RESPOND TO CHINA AND RUSSIA'S GROWING NAVAL CAPABILITY
(Johns Hopkins University, 2020-05-19)
American sea power has diminished significantly since the end of the Cold War. The loss of sea power relative to rising great power competitors risks the ability of the United States to adequately advance or defend its ...
Covert Networks: A Comparative Study of Intelligence Techniques Used By Foreign Intelligence Agencies to Weaponize Social Media
(Johns Hopkins University, 2019-12-30)
From the Bolshevik Revolution to the Brexit Vote, the covert world of intelligence has attempted to influence global events with varying degrees of success. In 2016, one of the most brazen manifestations of Russian ...
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 ...