Dated December 2020, Final Paper for “Politics of Russia and the Post-Communist World” at Brandeis University, taught by Professor Steven Lloyd Wilson. This is but a working draft of the project I envisioned, but due to the limited time I had, this was the final product.
U.S. Economic Policy Towards the People’s Republic of China: 1948-1950
Dated May 2020, Final Paper for “U.S. Foreign Economic Policy” at Brandeis University, taught by Professor Kerry Chase.
Chinese Intervention in the Russian Civil War (1918-1922)
Everyone knows about the Russian Civil War that unveiled the first powerful communist regimes of the world, but not too many had heard of the Allied Intervention in it, which speaks to an effort by Britain and Japan, along with several other conventionally named “imperialistic” powers, to militarily suppress the Red Army immediately after the …
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Legal Nature of Exclusive Social Clubs: An Overview
Dated December 2019, Final Paper for “American Legal History II” at Brandeis University, taught by Professor Michael Willrich.
Slave Folklores in American South: An Overview
An experimental work on folk culture and mythology.
Contract and Corporation in Early American Whaling Industry
Dated December 2018, Final Paper for “American Legal History I” at Brandeis University, taught by Professor Michael Willrich.
Indians in East Africa: Identities in Four Stages
Indians, as a result of their past status of British subjects, had been a peculiar part of world imperialism. They had served in its army, labored on its plantations, and settled in its other colonies around the globe. Today we trace their footprints to East Africa, where there is a substantial Indian population till this …
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Frederick Douglass Narrative and Analysis
Racial inequalities always exist, and slavery in 19th-century United States was among the most horrible expressions of this stereotypic assumption, which many advocates worked hard to eliminate and abolish. Frederick Douglass, born around 1818, was a slave for life in Maryland before his successful escape to New York in 1838. His famous slave narrative not …
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Anarchism, The Underlying Force of Human Society
Anarchism — The Underlying Force of Human Society Emergence, Evolution and Impact on Modern Society, a Geographic Approach Sheng Zhengmao Anarchism, defined by Webster dictionary as “a political theory holding all forms of governmental authority to be unnecessary and undesirable and advocating a society based on voluntary cooperation and free association of individuals and …
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The Border Conflicts Between China And USSR In 1969
The historical reasons of the tension could be traced back for more than six decades. During Tsarist Russia and Qing Dynasty, there were disputes over lands that were traditional Chinese settlements, and the Russians performed massacres in several frontier villages, which led to historical disbelief and resentment to the Russians. It was during the Boxer …
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