Andrea Powers (3283)

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The Small Arms Revolution: An Analysis of Small Arms Proliferation, Non-stat Actor Power, Major Power Defense Strategy, and How This All Fits Together

Hometown: Williamsburg, Virginia

Department: Government

Advisor: Amy Oakes

My honors thesis will examine how technological changes in the second half of the twentieth century increased non-state actors' capacity for violence and ability to influence state governments. This research looks to find relationships between shifts in grand strategic interests of major powers and the expanding powers of violent nonstate actors, with the intention of proving a revolution in defensive strategy, referred to as the "Small Arms Revolution."

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