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Originally posted here. Martin R. Hoffmann, a former secretary of the Army who in the 1970s presided during a cheating scandal at West Point and helped usher in the all-volunteer Army, died on July 14 at a hospital in Warrenton, Va. He was 82. ...
 
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Originally posted by Jana Stohler here. July 23rd, 2014 It’s so hard to believe that I've been in El Salvador for 10 weeks and it is time to say adiós. While I’ve been here, I’ve had the opportunity to see and do so much. Because of my w...
 
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Diving into ethnographic research is similar to slowly decoding the hidden picture within an autostereogram. Or to use fewer five-dollar words, describing a phenomenon (in this case, natural resource conflicts) or answering a question (how does knowl...
 
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Yukuai He is a Master’s candidate at the Bush School of Government and Public Service. He is pursuing his degree in International Affairs with a focus on Multinational Enterprises and International Economics & Development. With a passion for ne...
 
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Originally posted by Jana Stohler here. July 14th, 2014 It’s been a whirlwind, these last nine weeks. I was able to conduct and submit 163 surveys on conflict drivers. Researchers at Texas A&M’s Conflict and Development Center a...
 
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