GOVT-384 U.S. Foreign Policy Process
Spring for 2016-2017
This course focuses on understanding the institutions, actors, and politics behind the making of American foreign policy. After providing several theoretical approaches to this subject, the course examines in turn the foreign policy roles of the Presidency, the NSC, the State and Defense Departments, the Congress, the international economics agencies, public opinion, and the media. The second half of the course is devoted to student presentations of group memos on contemporary issues in the foreign policy process. [International Relations]
Prerequisites: Prerequisite: GOVT 006.
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