GOVT-426 Arms Control in the Middle East
Spring for 2017-2018
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Arms control efforts in the post cold war era have been shifted from superpowers deterrence and stability into the threats of nuclear proliferation in unstable regions, by rogue states and terrorists groups. Our course will explore to what extent the "old" theories of arms control can be applied to the Middle East and what kind of anti-proliferation efforts are required to save this region and the rest of the world from the scourge of the nuclear threat.

This course counts for the International Relations distribution requirement.
Credits: 3
Prerequisites: None
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