JUNIOR SEMINAR:CHINESE FOREIGN POLICY

Semester: 
Instructor(s): 
Units: 
4
Section: 
5
Number: 
191
CCN: 
18520
Times: 
W 12-2
Location: 
791 Barrows
Course Description: 
China's foreign policy has changed dramatically at regular intervals, but in recent years, with China's rise, it has become more ambitious and controversial.  This course will examine the evolution of Chinese foreign policy since Liberation in 1949 but focus on Asia policy in the period since the introduction of reform and opening in 1978.
 

Students who took PS 128, "Chinese Foreign Policy" with Professor Hong Yung Lee cannot take this course due to the substantial similarity in course content.

Subfield:  International Relations

 

Requirements: 

The Junior Seminars are intense writing seminars which focus on the research area of the faculty member teaching the course.   The seminars provide an opportunity for students to have direct intellectual interactions with faculty members while also giving the students an understanding for faculty research.

This junior seminar falls within the "International Relations" subfield, and can fulfill an upper-division requirement for the major.

Prerequisites: 

Political Science Majors of Junior and Senior status (must be 3rd or 4th year students with at least 60 units completed). Priority may be given to students who have not yet taken a junior seminar. 

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