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REGN U6652 Central Asian Politics and Security. 3 Points.

Category: Regional

Outside observers often portray Central Asia as a region that is in the midst of a host of crises. From spill-overs to Afghanistan to conflict over scarce water resources and violent revolutions, Central Asia is seen as a particularly dangerous place. This course offers an overview of the threats facing the region and how different actors have responded to them. Students will consider whether the dominant narrative on security in Central Asia helps of hinders our understanding of the region, and the extent to which political actors have shaped the discourse on the region to pursue their objectives.

Term Section Call Number Instructor Times/Location
Fall 2017 001 19267 Edward Lemon W 2:10pm - 4:00pm
1219 International Affairs Bldg