SPECIAL TOPICS IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS: INTERNATIONAL SECURITY

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Units: 
4
Number: 
123B
CCN: 
77610
Times: 
MTWT 12p-2p
Location: 
145 Dwinelle
Course Description: 

This course will investigate the major sources of conflict in the modern international system, as well as consider how these dangers can be managed. We will focus on traditional interstate rivalry, rogue states, and terrorism, along with a number of responses to these challenges, including sanctions, airstrikes, and nation-building.  Particular focus will be given to U.S. foreign policy and how it can be used to promote global stability.

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