The NCHC Journal of Undergraduate Research & Creative Activity (UReCA) On-Line Publication
A Sliding Scale: Nuclear Proliferation Among States
University of Maryland, College Park
Despite the end of the Cold War, nuclear proliferation has remained a pressing concern to the international community. A study of the factors which contribute to states’ push for nuclear weapons offers a predictive model for future and past proliferation.
Genocide and Ethnic Cleansing: An Analysis on the Role of the United Nations during the Bosnian War
Florida Gulf Coast University
The United Nation’s efforts to avert and control the Yugoslavian conflict in the 1990’s received major criticism for its inability to prevent the Bosnian Genocide. A closer analysis of the regional and global power structures offers a more nuanced and accurate account of the limiting factors present in curtailing the conflict.
Educating the Outsiders: The Importance of Social Support in the Success of Latino Undocumented Students
Eastern Kentucky University
Students living in the United States, who lack social security numbers or other proper documentation present a difficult and unique problem for our education system. These students are often pushed to the periphery, and require tailored support networks to ensure they are allowed into the mainstream of society.
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