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SEST-544 Resolution of Armed Conflicts
Faculty:
  • Moore, Richard
  • This is a graduate-level, survey courses. It examines both the theory and the practice of conflict mediation and conflict resolution efforts, looking at a wide range of regions and cases. It examines both relevant historical cases and current policy issues. The course is designed to provide students with both a solid academic grounding in the relevant theories, history, and cases, as well as knowledge and skills that will have practical value.
    Credits: 3
    Prerequisites: None

    Sections:

    SEST-544-01 Mediation and Conflict Resolution
    Moore
    This is a graduate-level, survey courses. It examines both the theory and the practice of conflict mediation and conflict resolution efforts, looking at a wide range of regions and cases. It examines both relevant historical cases and current policy issues. The course is designed to provide students with both a solid academic grounding in the relevant theories, history, and cases, as well as knowledge and skills that will have practical value.
    Credits: 3
    Prerequisites: None
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