ETHICS AND JUSTICE IN INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS

Semester: 
Instructor(s): 
Units: 
4
Number: 
124C
CCN: 
29167
Times: 
TuTh 11-1230
Location: 
GPBB 100
Course Description: 

Should nations intervene in other countries to prevent human rights abuses or famine? On what principles should immigration be based? Should wealthy states aid poorer states, and if so, how much? Is it ever right to go to war? And if so, when, and with what means? We will examine different traditions in moral thought and use these tools to make reasoned judgments about these and similar difficult moral problems such as these in world politics.

This course falls within the International Relations subfield.

Please note the description is from Spring 2013

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