ItemReport: West Point Undergraduate Historical Review Spring 2012(West Point Press, 2012) Editing Team; N/AReport is a non-profit publication produced by undergraduate cadets at the United States Military Academy. It accepts and encourages submissions from undergraduates year-round. Reproduction in whole or in part without written permission is prohibited. ItemFront Matter(West Point Press, 2012) Editing Team; N/AThe Editorial Board would like to thank the faculty of the History Department for their submission recommendations, all the students who submitted papers, and Major Gregory Tomlin for his extensive guidance and technical support. Without their help, Report would not have been possible. ItemEvolution Of The Ethnic Policy Of The Chinese Communist Party(West Point Press, 2012) Mauldin, Erin; N/AErin A. Mauldin is a sophomore studying International History at the United States Military Academy. She wrote this paper in partial fulfillment of course requirements for a survey of the history of China. She studied the development of the Chinese Communist Party’s ethnic policy in order to better understand the current disputes and controversial policies concerning China’s minorities. ItemColumbia’s Washington: How Simon Bolivar Defeated The Spanish Empire(West Point Press, 2012) Neaton, Brad; N/ABrad C. Neaton is a sophomore and an American History major at the United States Military Academy. He wrote this paper in partial fulfillment of course requirements for a survey of Latin American history. He was drawn to study Simon Bolivar as one of history’s most daring, yet also largely unknown, revolutionaries. ItemFrom Chivalry To Cavalry: The Development Of French Cavalry During The Early Modern Period(West Point Press, 2012) Milligan, Thomas; N/AThomas J. Milligan is a junior and a Military History major at the United States Military Academy. He wrote this paper in partial fulfillment of course requirements for a study of early modern warfare. Thomas is an avid rider and member of the West Point Equestrian Team, which piqued his interest in the evolution of cavalry as a military arm. ItemControlled Chaos: Why The Revolution In Zanzibar Was Not Genocide(West Point Press, 2012) Rios, Carl; N/ACarl B. Rios is a junior and an International History major at the United States Military Academy. This paper was the culminating project of a seminar on modern Africa. After taking a research trip to Tanzania and Zanzibar in the summer of 2011, Carl decided to study the mass killings which shaped the region. ItemSanctioned Discrimination: Church Complicity In The Rwandan Genocide(West Point Press, 2012) Lacson, Tara C.; N/ATara C. Lacson is a junior studying International History at the United States Military Academy. She wrote this paper for a course on World Religions in order to study the connection between religion and violence. Tara chose to write about the 1994 Rwandan Genocide after meeting survivor Eugenie Mukeshimana during the American Service Academies Program with the Auschwitz Jewish Center in the summer of 2011. ItemWinning Over The Tribes In Mandate Trans-Jordan: Security, Economics, Identity, And Chance(West Point Press, 2012) Schoch, Karl; N/ASecond Lieutenant Karl K. Schoch graduated from the United States Military Academy in 2011 with a bachelor’s in International History, and he began a calvary assignment in Schweinfurt, Germany, this spring. As a senior, he traveled to Jordan to research for this paper and earned the Major John Alexander Hottell III Memorial Award for historical writing. He also served as the first editor-in-chief of Report in 2011. ItemTo Hell With Integrity: Why Major League Baseball’s Lack Of Self-Regulation Forced Congress To Become Involved In Its Drug Testing Policy(West Point Press, 2012) Prial, Dan; N/ADaniel G. Prial is a senior studying American History at the United States Military Academy. He has been passionate about playing and studying baseball all his life, and he wrote “To Hell with Integrity” as his senior thesis.