MSFS-709 International Security Issues
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This workshop will examine the theory and practice of war and statecraft through the study of contemporary conflicts. The course will review classic theories of force and diplomacy and explore current U.S. efforts to resolve national security concerns with specific countries such as Iran, North Korea, or China; with global issues such as the proliferatio of weapons of mass-destruction; and with new concerns such as homeland security, terrorism, and the U.S. role in peace-keeping missions. The course will also discuss the practical aspects of government foreign policy decision-making, including the role of Congress and domestic politics.
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Fall '04: Cirincione (web site, description, file download)
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