MSFS-616 Diplomatic and Military Statecraft
Fall for 2016-2017
The course will examine the tough questions and dilemmas in the practice of contemporary statecraft and diplomacy. It will use a series of case studies to explore how states have successfully built integrated strategies to achieve their objectives and where and why they have failed. It will focus in particular on the changing nature of the tools available to states and the context in which they are used. The team of instructors, current (and former) diplomats and military officers from the SFS Institute for the Study of Diplomacy, will draw from their recent experience to round out the case studies and focus on the challenges of modern statecraft and diplomacy.
Credits: 3
Prerequisites: None

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