INAF-288 Nuclear Weapons and International Security
Spring for 2015-2016
Gallucci, Robert
The purpose of the seminar is to explore the impact of nuclear weapons on international and regional security. The first part of the course deals with nuclear weapons design and development, the connections between nuclear power programs and nuclear weapons development, the causes and consequences of nuclear proliferation, and concepts of deterrence and stability. The second part addresses specific countries in their regional setting, Northeast and South Asia, the Middle-East, US-Russian security relations, and nuclear terrorism.
Credits: 3
Prerequisites: None
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