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  • THE EFFICACY OF U.S. SECURITY COOPERATION IN THE GULF 

    Schulze, Joshua L. (Monterey, CA; Naval Postgraduate School, 2021-09);
    This thesis investigates the efficacy of U.S. security cooperation for advancing peace and stability in the Persian Gulf. It asks why the ongoing regional instability is disproportionate to the United States' investment. ...
  • A SURGE ON THE HORIZON: IMPROVING U.S. FORESIGHT CAPACITY TO ANTICIPATE MASS MIGRATIONS 

    Riesner, Katie M. (Monterey, CA; Naval Postgraduate School, 2021-09);
    Mass migrations at the southwest border are nothing new, but surges in unaccompanied minors and family units crossing the border in short periods are increasingly overwhelming the U.S. government's capacity to respond, ...
  • THE BEGINNING OF THE END: ARE U.S. NAVY HELICOPTERS STILL RELEVANT? 

    Pretzinger, Philip D. (Monterey, CA; Naval Postgraduate School, 2021-09);
    U.S. Navy helicopters emerged as an innovative concept during World War II and have been a major component of naval aviation for over 70 years. Despite consistent support and a surge of resources at the turn of the 21st ...
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