International Relations at CMC - Annual Awards

International Relations Awards 1996-2006

YEAR

AWARD

NAME

THESIS

1996

Best Thesis

Irene Shen '96

China and the South China Sea Flashpoint: Challenges to Asia's Regional Peace

 

Best Overall

Ann Teranishi '96

 

1997

Best Thesis

Valerie Makino '97

Disclaiming the Conventional Views of Bosnian Peace: The Historical Evolution of Social Conflict and Its Subsequent Distortion in a Contemporary Conflict

1998

Best Thesis

Jennifer Rotman '98

Individual and Organizational Responses to Domestic Violence in Mexican Border Maquiladora Communities

1999

Best Thesis

Kristi O'Malley '99

The Centrifugal Challenges to Russian Federalism: Is Disintegration Inevitable?

2001

Best Thesis

Mariana Sousa '01

Income Inequality as a Bottleneck of Brazil's Future Development

2002

Best Thesis

Zeenat Basrai '02

The Power of Working Women

2003

Best Thesis

Jessica Garcia '03

The Drug War in Colombia: Back to the Basics

2004

Best Thesis

Richard Helke '04

Strange Exchange: The Effects of Nuclear Weapons on Low-Intensity Conflicts

2005

Best Thesis

Lauren Weeth '05

Democracy and Sacredness in Morocco: Preserving a Monarch in Pursuit of Modernization

 

Best Overall

Emily Penner '05