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Fall 2018
Sep 27, 2021
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POLS 303 - International Relations
This course helps students develop the ability to analyze and evaluate the actions of countries and other entities in contemporary world affairs. It addresses questions of why nations go to war and how they make peace. It looks at challenges to the state-centric systems such as terrorism, politicized religion, imperialism, ideology, failed states and anarchy, and weapons of mass destruction and it looks back at the international politics of the cold war and forward toward alternative models of international affairs in the first half of the 21st century. Special attention to the analysis of the hegemonic role of the United States in international affairs. Junior/senior status recommended. (General Education - Global Issues and Cultures and General Education Elective) Three semester hours.
3.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours

Levels: Second Degree, Undergraduate
Schedule Types: Lecture

Govt, Criminology, & Sociology Department

Course Attributes:
GNED-Gen Ed Electives, GNED-Global Issues & Cultures

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