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INAF U6798 Central Issues in American Foreign Policy. 3 Points.

Category: MIA Core: Interstate Relations, ISP

This course examines the sources, substance, and enduring themes of American foreign policy.  Part I reviews the rise of American power in world affairs from the 18th Century through the end of the Cold War.  Part II provides an overview of the process and politics of American foreign policy making.  Part III applies the theory and history of Part I, and the process of Part II, to examine a number of contemporary U.S. foreign policy issues and debates, including America's two wars with Iraq; America's responses to the threat of global terrorism and the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction; and what role the U.S. should play in the world economy, global and regional institutions, and the developing world. 

Term Section Call Number Instructor Times/Location
Fall 2017 001 11747 Stuart Gottlieb T 2:10pm - 4:00pm
407 International Affairs Bldg