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  • PAF G 682  US Foreign Policy in the 21st Century

    Description:
    This course focuses on the context and process of US foreign policy, with primary attention to the rapidly changing international system in the 21st century. While engaging in critical analysis of current topics, the course also examines the broader conceptual context and analytic framework that explain interactions among nations and the unique role of US foreign policy.   More Info

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  • PAF G 683  Emerging Patterns in International Relations

    Description:
    Representative case studies will be utilized to analyze new patterns and to revisit established concepts of International Relations int he light of the rapidly changing context of the emerging multipolar world. Major topics include: the rise of China as the dominant political-economic power; the changing role of post-Soviet Russia; transformative changes in the Middle East; economic-political changes in Latin America, Africa, Asia; changes in the Islamic world; the rise of Turkey; crises and possibilities in the European Union; the impact of global communications, social media, and trade.   More Info

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