The Josef Korbel Journal of Advanced International Studies (JAIS) is an online journal published by the Ph.D. program at the University of Denver's Josef Korbel School of International Studies. It showcases the rigorous, original, scholarly research of graduate students in the fields of political science and international studies. JAIS is refereed by Ph.D. students from the University of Denver as well as other domestic and international departments.
Summer 2012 Volume 4
A Comparative Analysis of California and German Renewable Energy Policy: Actors and Outcomes
Jesse M. Keppley, Boston University
"Re-redefining" International Securing: Bringing Intent Back In
Nicholas D. Anderson, Georgetown University
Formalization and Community Forestry in Jambi, Indonesia: Indigenous Rights, Rural Migrants, and the Informal Divide
Matthew J. Bock, University of British Columbia
An Assessment of Human Development in Uganda: The Capabilities Approach, Millennium Development Goals, and Human Development Index
Jordan Farrar, University of Denver
The Humanitarian Aid Regime in the Republic of NGOs: The Fallacy of 'Building Back Better'
Oliver Cunningham, University of Denver
Autonomy in Xinjiang: Institutional Dilemmas and the Rise of Uighur Ethno-Nationalism
Gloria Chou, Columbia University
"From environmental sustainability to the causes of war, the Josef Korbel Journal has showcased research on the most pressing problems in international affairs."
-Amb. Christopher Hill, Dean, Josef Korbel School of International Studies
"This is an exciting new initiative. Combining a strong theoretical focus with concern for real-world challenges, the Josef Korbel Journal bridges the gap between atheoretical policy formulation and abstract theory."
-Tom Farer, Fmr. Dean, Josef Korbel School of International Studies