INAF-453 America's National Security Tool Box
Spring for 2015-2016
The primary objective of this seminar is to investigate the tools available to today’s foreign-policy practitioner. Students will evaluate the strengths and limitations of individual policy instruments in the areas of traditional diplomacy, economic measures, military force, and public diplomacy by looking at them in the context of recent cases. Role-playing scenarios will challenge students to design U.S. policy responses to foreign affairs crises, thereby testing the application of their policy “toolbox” in a complex, dynamic, inter-agency environment.
Credits: 3
Prerequisites: None
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