GOVT 347: International Security

GOVT 347-K01: International Security
(Fall 2022)

12:00 PM to 02:40 PM T

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Section Information for Fall 2022

This course focuses on several of the major debates and issues in international security. Students will be introduced to a variety of competing concepts of security, evolution of security concepts, and existing as well as emerging security problems at the core of the international system.  The course is divided into three parts: (i) Approaches to Security; (ii) Traditional and Non-Traditional Security; and (iii) Security institutions.  Cases of regional security dilemmas and challenging security threats will be examined closely to analyze, understand, transform, and eventually resolve conflicts that threatens the peaceful coexistence in today’s world.  

Course Information from the University Catalog

Credits: 3

Explores enduring security problems and new developments. Examines effects of international system on defense policies of states, particularly tensions of world caught between emerging interdependence and national demands. Encourages development of critical-thinking and group and oral presentation skills.Limited to three attempts.
Recommended Prerequisite: GOVT 132.
Schedule Type: Lecture
Grading:
This course is graded on the Undergraduate Regular scale.

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