Increase font size Medical Doctorate Thesis The presentation of a dissertation has been one of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Medicine at Yale for over a century. Initially, case reports and reviews of literature predominated, but as the scientific method found its place in medicine, the faculty has required that dissertations presented be based on original investigation either in the laboratory or in the clinic.
Assessing Russian Reactions to U. Missile Defense Descriptive Note: Master's thesis Corporate Author: Baze, Michael W Report Date: Sep Pagination or Media Count: The United States government intends to deploy strategic missile defense MD capabilities to address an emerging ballistic missile threat.
Many opponents of MD have argued that this deployment will incite arms races. This could pose a serious threat to U. This thesis employs arms race theory as an analytical framework to assess the potential implications of U.
MD deployment focusing in particular on the likelihood of arms competition with Russia. Two questions are explored. First, what drives Russian reactions to U. Second, what are Russian capabilities to engage in arms competitions?
Although Russia possesses some ability to engage America in arms competition, its economic limitations are severe. By enhancing understanding of potential Russian reactions to U.
MD, this thesis identifies ways to minimize the potential for arms competition. The thesis concludes with an analysis of policy options as America moves forward with MD.The Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures offers graduate study leading to the M.A.
degree in French, German, Japanese and Spanish (with tracks in literature and applied linguistics) and the Ph.D. degree in French, German, and Spanish.
Ashbrook Statesmanship Thesis Recipient of the Charles E. Parton Award 1 ELENA'S WAR: RUSSIAN WOMEN IN COMBAT Russian Women in Combat 2 While the discussion of women’s and World War II (Baltimore, MD: The John Hopkins University Press, ), SHARING SECRETS OPTIMIZING INTERNATIONAL INTELLIGENCE COOPERATION TO COUNTER TERRORISM & RISING THREATS by Amanda Rossi A thesis submitted to Johns Hopkins University in conformity with the requirements for the degree of Master of Arts in Global Security Studies partners in various countries after the Arab Spring and with the U.S.-Russian.
Russian General and viceroy of the region, Prince Bariatinskii destroyed villages, crops, and forests, “leaving the Chechens to choose between death, flight, or settlement on Russian territory.” 5. Student Research & the M.D. Thesis. All students at Yale University School of Medicine engage in research during medical school, with the exception of students .
By enhancing understanding of potential Russian reactions to U.S. MD, this thesis identifies ways to minimize the potential for arms competition. The thesis concludes with an analysis of policy options as America moves forward with MD.