Radicalization and Repression in West Germany

This essay discusses the West German student movement of the late 1960s and its perception of the West German government as oppressive. In response to growing radicalism within the student movement, the West German government reacts harshly, helping to create a perpetually hostile environment.

Radicalization and Repression in West Germany
Vivien Chan

Regional Balancing in the South China Sea Dispute

This paper examines the political dynamics and international incentives that shape the South China Sea dispute.

Vivien Chan
Regional Balancing in the South China Sea Dispute
Leandro Seligmann

Comparative Ethnic Conflict in Post-Colonial Societies

This piece focuses on the complexities of ethnic conflict as a product of British colonialism.

Leandro Seligmann
Comparative Ethnic Conflict in Post-Colonial Societies

Combating the Growing Threat of Prescription Drug Abuse Among Youth

This paper discusses the dangers of prescription drug abuse among adolescents, what measures are currently in place to combat this issue, and future preventative techniques.

Combating the Growing Threat of Prescription Drug Abuse Among Youth

Immigrant Anarchism: German and Jewish Anarchism in late-19th Century New York

This paper tackles the dynamic between anarchism and nation. Specifically, it tackles the question of whether anarchism — as an ideology and a movement — is compatible with nationhood. Typically, anarchists are anti-nationalist, but not necessarily anti-nation. Through a study of the overlapping German and Jewish immigrant anarchist movements, the paper determines that the two are more than compatible. In fact, nation has been an important factor in the formation of various anarchist movements.

Immigrant Anarchism: German and Jewish Anarchism  in late-19th Century New York