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BRIC Economies & American Foreign Policy

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For my American Foreign Policy class taught by Professor Shawn Ramirez, I decided to write my final paper on BRIC Economies and how they relate to American Foreign Policy.

Often, political and economic factors are analyzed comparatively, but not analyzed jointly. In this paper, I examine the historic origins of BRIC and how certain economic factors (trade, debt etc) could affect political and military stance (e.g. military tilt).

BRIC Economies & AFP: Sample Baseball Card

You can find a copy of the paper here: BRIC Economies & Foreign Policy: An Analytical Study.

Hydraulic Despotism

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Hydraulic Despotism: A Literal Interpretation & Analysis — published on the World Poverty & Human Rights Online website as part of a WPHR class I’d taken last Spring.

The published HTML version can be found on the site.

Behavioral Economics & Human Rights

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A Behavioral Economic Framework for Fighting Poverty and Promoting Freedom & Development — published on the World Poverty & Human Rights Online website as part of a WPHR class I’d taken this past Spring.

The published HTML version can be found on the site.

Harvard African Law & Development Conference

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I’m hoping to be there at the 2010 Harvard African Law & Development Conference from April 16-18 2010. Lots of great folks and some very interesting (and hard) topics.

If anyone else is planning on being there, holler (especially if you are from the WPHR class).

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