Document Type

Paper

Course Afffiliation

POLS Y397: Intervention, Peace and War (Fall 2013)

Faculty Advisor

Dr. James Toole (Political Science)

Chair/Discussant

Dr. Jeffrey Malanson (History)

Brief Biography

Christopher A. Reilly was born in Chicago, IL in 1991 but has lived practically his entire life in Decatur, IN. Upon graduating from Bellmont High School in 2010 he went to Basic Training as a member of the Indiana Army National Guard. He spent his first semester at IPFW, in the spring of 2011, as a Criminal Justice major, but switched to Education in the fall. Over the last three years several professors have made his studies in history and political science an interesting and rewarding experience. In particular, Professor James Toole helped him grow an intense interest in the study of international relations, which is where this paper got its beginning. Upon graduating in May of 2015 Christopher will have B.S. in Education, his teaching license, and will be a commissioned officer in the National Guard. He is extremely excited to continue his journey beyond his undergraduate pursuits at IPFW and hopes to return in order to earn a Master’s Degree in Educational Administration. He can’t thank his beautiful future wife, his sister, his brothers, his father, his professors, and all of his friends and family enough for the support they’ve given him over the past couple of years.

Start Date

26-4-2014 10:55 AM

End Date

26-4-2014 11:35 AM

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Failure in Somalia: Conditions, Decisions, and Apathy That Led to a Failed State

Christopher A. Reilly was born in Chicago, IL in 1991 but has lived practically his entire life in Decatur, IN. Upon graduating from Bellmont High School in 2010 he went to Basic Training as a member of the Indiana Army National Guard. He spent his first semester at IPFW, in the spring of 2011, as a Criminal Justice major, but switched to Education in the fall. Over the last three years several professors have made his studies in history and political science an interesting and rewarding experience. In particular, Professor James Toole helped him grow an intense interest in the study of international relations, which is where this paper got its beginning. Upon graduating in May of 2015 Christopher will have B.S. in Education, his teaching license, and will be a commissioned officer in the National Guard. He is extremely excited to continue his journey beyond his undergraduate pursuits at IPFW and hopes to return in order to earn a Master’s Degree in Educational Administration. He can’t thank his beautiful future wife, his sister, his brothers, his father, his professors, and all of his friends and family enough for the support they’ve given him over the past couple of years.